Potency testing and cannabinoid profiling are high-demand tests that can be improved by increasing speed, expanding analyte lists, and reducing costs.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced two crop insurance programs on February 6, 2020, which are meant to provide assistance for hemp producers’ crops in regard to natural disasters (1).
UCT’s Selectra® C18 Column provides for a simple and robust method for the detection and quantitation of 16 cannabinoids in hemp and cannabis samples.
Cannabis Science and Technology™ is proud to announce the addition of William Z. Levine, D.D.S., to its editorial advisory board.
The “Green Rush” of cannabis and hemp continues to increase because of the medicinal and health benefits of these two plants. The two major beneficial compound classes are the cannabinoids and terpenes.
Wes Burk, cofounder and vice president of Emerald Scientific, discusses this year's Emerald Conference, some of Emerald’s other initiatives in cannabis science, and their plans going into 2020
John S. Abrams, PhD, discusses some of the cutting-edge work he’s involved in and what he’s looking forward to at this year's Emerald Conference.
Ask the Experts: Cultivation, Part IV: If You Were Teaching a Class on Cannabis Cultivation, What Is the Most Important Thing that Newcomers to the Field Would Need to Learn?
Zac Hildenbrand, Karan Kapoor, Autumn Karcey, and Roger Kern offer advice on the most important thing newcomers to cannabis cultivation need to learn.
Dr. Sue Sisley has been pioneering research in the U.S. cannabis industry and fighting for quality cannabis samples to conduct her clinical trials. We recently spoke to her about the challenges she’s faced, what’s ahead for her future research, and more.