Writers, editors, designers, and freelancers at Analytical Cannabis make every effort to get the facts behind every story, every time, right. The articles we publish are professionally edited, and most are reviewed by a copy editor. Nevertheless, mistakes, misspellings, or other miscues do happen. In the event that we publish a story containing objective factual errors, misattributions, or other substantive mistakes, we will correct it as soon as possible and post a dated correction, clarification, or editor’s note near the bottom of the article.
If you notice an error on the Analytical Cannabis website, it can be reported using the Contact Us form. Select “Editorial” from the “Departments” dropdown and use the subject line “Error in piece”. Within the enquiry box, please provide a link to the piece, what it currently says and the correction you believe is required. We aim to review all corrections within 48 hours. You will be contacted by one of the editorial team with the outcome of the submission. Corrections are made at the discretion of Analytical Cannabis’ editors.
Please note, no onsite addendums will be made to the piece for minor corrections.
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Analytical Cannabis adheres to widely accepted, rigorous, and ethical journalistic practices. The editorial staff maintains a separation from the brand’s commercial activities and functions completely independently from input from advertisers, sponsors, marketers, or salespeople. Conflicts of interest among authors of articles are preferentially avoided, but if unavoidable are declared clearly and unequivocally. Our duty as a source of life-science news is to deliver factual, unimpassioned, and timely information to our readers, and to communicate with them as honestly and as openly as possible.
Analytical Cannabis is a UK-based online publication for scientists, business professionals and anyone else who is interested in cannabis science. Our editorial coverage, events and online events focus on cannabis and hemp cultivation extraction, testing and science. Analytical Cannabis is owned by LabX Media Group (LMG), a leading worldwide science publishing company that delivers meaningful industry content and integrated marketing solutions for the scientific community. LMG’s brands and product solutions deliver trusted, timely, and in-depth information across print and digital products to empower our customers and advance their research. LMG is headquartered in Midland, Ontario, Canada and employs more than 135 staff across Canada, the United States, and the UK.
Funding for Analytical Cannabis comes from the sale of advertising on our website. Other revenue sources include custom publishing projects such as sponsored webinars, videos, infographics, posters, eBooks, and whitepapers, handled by our Custom Content Creation team.