The Warren, Michigan-based laboratory achieved ISO 17025 accreditation this week, becoming the first startup lab in the state to do so.
The series will begin on September 8 and runs through December 22. Registration is now open.
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.
With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing to take a toll on live events, Innovative Publishing Company, Inc. has made the careful decision to convert the Cannabis Quality Conference, which historically has taken place in Schaumburg, IL, to a virtual conference. Every Tuesday, beginning on September 8 through November 10, the Cannabis Quality Virtual Conference Series will host two presentations and two sponsored Tech Talks, followed by a panel discussion with attendees. The abstract submission portal is open and registration will open soon.
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.
Taking place June 2–4, this conference will be about all things cannabis testing, from laboratory regulations to new technologies and method development.
Nevada regulators suspended the license for Certified Ag Labs after investigators accused the lab of pumping up THC numbers. A spokesperson for the lab fired back at regulators, calling the accusations “baseless and appalling.”