For the first year, cannabis testing will be done entirely by Ohio’s institutions of higher education—in short, state universities.
Characterizing the chemical makeup of cannabis certainly remains one of the key challenges in the industry.
Northern Michigan University has created a undergraduate degree that offers students the opportunity to train in the emerging cannabis industry.
This agreement is the first of its kind between a Canadian cannabis company and a world leader in Health Science services and sets out to develop a "Centre of Excellence in Plant Based Medicine Analytics".
Study from scientists at Steep Hill Labs reveals evidence of consistent pesticide presence within cannabis clones.
Colorado is one of many states to require proficiency testing in order for cannabis laboratories to be certified to conduct required testing of cannabis products for quality, content and consumer safety.