The prediction follows a decision of Nevada’s Cannabis Compliance Board on Tuesday, September 27, to deny the lab’s motion to dismiss the case.
Regulators should take a closer look at the health risks presented by a growing cannabis market with no national-level guidance on contamination or pesticide use, a new study argues.
The software, known as FastFinder, uses artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze data from polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests, which are used in cannabis labs to determine the presence of microbes on cannabis samples.
As long as it’s for personal use, cannabis has been legal to grow in Australia’s Capital Territory (ACT) since January 2020.
Dave Cho, CEO of Shasta Laboratory in California’s Bay Area, shares his thoughts on the state's lab shopping conundrum.
Low levels of lead, mercury, arsenic, and cadmium are frequently present in commercially-available CBD products, a new study has found.
Both labs are accused of using an “unapproved” polymerase chain reaction (PCR) method to test cannabis samples for yeast and mold.