An introduction to the basic concepts of instrument calibration and a look at how instruments are calibrated, how to measure their quality, and more.
Dr. Steven Splinter, Radient Technologies, Inc., discusses his role in extraction and manufacturing in Canada.
Some of the most common pesticides monitored within the cannabis industry are examined here and the function and chemistry of these agents in cannabis pest control is broken down.
Giuseppe Cannazza discusses the discovery of two new cannabinoids: ∆9-tetrahydrocannabiphorol (THCP) and cannabidiphorol (CBDP).
Leading cultivators and researchers from the cannabis industry participate in this round-table discussion
Currently in the cannabis industry, the standards and benchmarks for drug delivery, analytics and testing, consumer reporting, and packaging are basic in nature with substantial room for more sophistication and technology. Here’s how it can be improved.
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.
A review of a study on vapes found four major factors related to the production of vape cartridges that warrant additional attention: cutting agents, temperature, flavoring, and hardware and heavy metals.
This tutorial article outlines some of the steps that cannabis testing laboratories can take to prepare ahead of a third-party safety audit.
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.