While the Governor and lawmakers are considering adult use cannabis legalization, Steep Hill announced some timely news.
The 2nd Annual Cannabis Labs Conference agenda has been announced, with a host of experts discussing the latest in cannabis lab testing.
The microbial testing company announced a new corporate brand identity, logo and product portfolio.
CannabisIndustryJournal.com is proud to present the 2nd Annual Cannabis Labs Virtual Conference. This complimentary collection of webinar presentations will help attendees better understand some of the more technical aspects of starting and operating a laboratory. We will take a deep dive into pesticide testing, cannabinoid and terpene testing, the new ISO 17025:2017 accreditation and a lesson in starting a laboratory in a new market.
Attendees registering for this complimentary series of webinars will get access to four veterans of the cannabis lab testing industry, who are available for Q&A after each presentation. In addition to getting the opportunity to chat with these subject matter experts on April 2nd, a recording of the presentations will be made available to all who register.
Practical and educational information from experts in the cannabis lab testing industry, all on the same day and all from the comfort of your office, lab or home. Want real inside knowledge on the cannabis testing industry? Sign up today!
AOAC INTERNATIONAL is on a mission to unify cannabis lab testing standards and methods across the United States and Canada. With a former FDA official as their new Chief Science Officer, take a look at what they are working on now.
The Emerald Test badges validate PerkinElmer’s instruments and testing methods for measuring pesticides, heavy metals, residual solvents, terpenes and potency.
According to Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation, they awarded the ISO 17025 accreditation to Mission Mountain Laboratories, the first accredited cannabis testing lab in Montana.
Analyzing cannabis samples for heavy metals requires a very low detection limit; the various matrices may not have heavy metals evenly distributed so the sample sizes may skew results.
The Sacramento-based lab’s license has not yet been reinstated.
In this piece, the application of gas chromatography with infrared detection (GC/IR) to characterizing organic compounds in cannabis products is discussed. The identification of specific isomers of similar organic compounds is critical to determining the quality of cannabis products.