The event was originally planned to take place October 21-23 in Schaumburg, Illinois. It is now being converted to a series of webinars that will take place every Tuesday over the course of eight weeks.
Understanding how to properly get started with cannabis testing is difficult for a laboratory. Using these tools, a lab can pivot to cannabis testing as long as they take the necessary measures to ensure it is done right.
According to a press release, the Florida Department of Agriculture named Kaycha Labs as their first “Designated Compliance Laboratory” as part of the roll out of their newly initiated hemp program.
The Cannabis Quality Conference & Expo (CQC) is an educational and networking event for cannabis safety and quality solutions. Serving the Midwest market with a unique focus on science, technology and compliance, the CQC enables attendees to engage in conversations that are critical for advancing careers and organizations alike. Visit with exhibitors to learn about cutting-edge solutions, explore three high-level educational tracks for learning valuable industry trends, and network with industry executives to find solutions to improve quality, efficiency and cost effectiveness in a quickly evolving cannabis marketplace.
Amidst the coronavirus pandemic, one laboratory accreditation company is adapting by working with their clients remotely. Through the use of cameras and virtual meeting software, PJLA is helping their clients maintain their accreditation.
Cannabis scientists have skills that can help during this crisis. Cannabis labs even have instruments that can be used for COVID-19 testing. The National COVID-19 Research Volunteer Database, recently launched by Harvard Postdoc, Michael Wells, is encouraging US-based life sciences scientists to sign-up.
According to an A2LA press release, Green Leaf Laboratory is the very first cannabis testing lab in Oregon to achieve the ISO 17025:2017 accreditation.
The Cannabis Labs/Food Labs Conference will be held virtually June 1–5 and registration will be complimentary. Additionally, the Cannabis Quality Conference is still scheduled for October 21–23, but the conference has developed a contingency plan to be held virtually if COVID-19 continues to be a serious health concern throughout the fall season.
Take a look at the just-released agenda, including talks from regulators, scientists and subject matter experts. Taking place June 3–4, this conference will be about all things cannabis testing, from laboratory regulations to new technology and more.
FoodChain ID, one of the leading global food safety organizations, is now recognized as the official certification body for the U.S. Hemp Authority certification seals.