Total yeast and mold count (TYMC) tests are used in Colorado, Nevada and Canada to assess cannabis safety – here’s what you need to know.
Seed to Sale Show is the only national show focused solely on innovative best practices, science, and cutting edge technology surrounding the whole life cycle of the cannabis plant grown, processed, and sold in a regulated market.
This February 7–8, more than 3,000 of the nation’s leading professionals will convene in Denver, CO, at the forefront of the cannabis industry’s technological advancement and modernization, to learn about the latest innovations behind the growing, extracting, infusing, marketing and retailing of cannabis in three highly-focused educational tracks.
The Emerald Conference is devoted to the free exchange of ideas and fresh insights on topics like cannabis analytical testing, inter-lab comparisons, extraction, and industry best practices. Whether you are a clinician, testing lab owner, cultivator, extractor & producer professional, policy maker, dispensary operator, or an analytical chemist, the Emerald Conference will educate and illuminate with an atmosphere of collaboration and partnership.
Industry expert speakers will inform and share the latest research, vendors will showcase and demonstrate cutting edge technologies, and networking opportunities will create new business and partnership opportunities.
In the final part of the series, we sit down with Susan Audino Ph.D., an A2LA assessor, consultant and cannabis laboratory expert.
License distinctions, lab-testing requirements & distributor rules: See what California has in store for 2018.
The cannabis lab testing company is opening a lab in Portland, Oregon.
Using a laboratory information management system based in the cloud can help a cannabis lab scale up their business
In the 3rd installment, we sit down with Michael DeGregorio, chief executive officer of Konocti Analytics, Inc., to talk method development in the cannabis testing industry and his experience with getting accredited
Myclobutanil was found in a large number of products, including 23 different strains, from Tree of Wellness
The partnership will develop cannabis products and move them through clinical trials with FDA guidelines.