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Cannabis Testing

Tackling Cannabis Dosing Challenges

As doctors and patients struggle with dosing issues researchers strive to make cannabis dosages more reliable and uniform.

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Bringing Trusted Techniques and Technology to the Cannabis Testing Lab

Translating from fields like food and pharma to the cannabis testing sector is helping to provide medical patients and recreational consumers with safe thoroughly tested cannabis.

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EVIO Labs Expands to L.A. to Meet Cannabis Analysis Demand

Due to California's July 1st testing deadline mandating licensed retailers to sell only lab tested product, the industry is expecting a significant uptick in the need for testing services.

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North Dakota Selects Lab for Testing Medical Marijuana

State Medical Marijuana Director Jason Wahl says the lab will ensure medical cannabis dispensed in North Dakota is safe.

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Testing the Moisture Content of Cannabis

A cannabis testing committee has now approved to standard testing methods to help analysts accurately measure the water content of cannabis.

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Faster Test for Cannabis Quality, Potency Developed

Traditional tests can take upwards of 20 minutes to perform, this new one can be done in under seven.

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Novel Spectrometer Tech Could Revolutionize Chemical Analysis

A new breed of Raman vacuum ultraviolet spectrometer enabling rapid, accurate analysis down to part per billion levels is being developed at the University of Arizona.

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A2LA Accredits First Rec Cannabis Lab in Alaska

ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation demonstrates the labs competence and commitment to rigorous science and analysis.

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Meet the Scientist: Dr Thomson and Her Path to the Cannabis Industry

Dr. Jaclyn Thomson, Director of R & D, Northern Vine Laboratories, explains how she first got interested in science and, what led her to working in the cannabis industry.

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