Jack has been working in science publishing since 2015 and has been the editorial lead of Analytical Cannabis since its launch in early 2017. He holds a 1st class BSc in biological sciences from Essex University, where he received the distinguished Eliahou Dangoor Scholarship for his work. He is also a member of ASTM Committee D37 on cannabis and attends a number of annual international cannabis science conferences. Prior to the launch of Analytical Cannabis, Jack worked in editorial for our parent publication, Technology Networks, where he focused on covering developments in cancer research, genomics, and informatics.
Latest Content From Jack Rudd
We take a look at what it's like to operate a successful fully licensed cannabis distribution, cultivation, and manufacturing company in LA.VIEW
As things stand, a patchwork of different testing regulations mandate a range of testing requirements across the US, and discussions on the best approach to guaranteeing accurate, reliable results are ongoing.
Often overlooked, but always critical, effective sample preparation is essential when conducting any form of analytical procedure in the lab.VIEW
Edibles Processor Confident Inconsistent Testing Results Can Be Resolved Through Collaboration with Cannabis Labs
We recently spoke to Kim Rael, CEO of Azuca, a producer of innovative, fast-acting cannabis edibles, to discuss the role of the processor-testing lab relationship and the challenges faced with inconsistent testing results.VIEW
Unveiling the genetic map and key genes within the cannabis genome will enable the development of bespoke cannabis strains with controlled cannabinoid content.VIEW
With the adult use of cannabis now legal in Canada, the quality, consistency, and safety of cannabis products is a hot topic across the nation.VIEW
AC Braddock, CEO of Eden Labs join us to discuss the role of cannabis extraction science and how extraction scientists are creating great cannabis products.VIEW
This infographic looks at the sources and risks of a selection of contaminants of concern to cannabis producers and consumers alike.
As tighter regulations mandate more rigorous testing, cannabis labs in California must plan and adapt to keep up with the huge influx of samples.VIEW