For the third year in a row, the Science of Cannabis Online Symposium will bring together expert speakers from established testing companies, academia and world-leading vendors.
This free to attend, 1-day event highlights some of the most interesting and exciting developments in the world of cannabis testing whilst giving industry leading scientists a platform to disseminate their research.
Microbial contamination testing of cannabis products is critically important. However, no standardized methods and different techniques leads to product variation on the market. Procedures for testing microbial impurities, including quantification of yeast, mold and aerobic bacteria are considerably different and affect the results dramatically. Fast turnaround times for testing are in demand and consequently, new products are being introduced promising rapid microbial testing by eliminating the incubation requirement.
Often overlooked but critically important for the optimization of hemp and cannabis grows alike, soil analysis is a critical tool in the modern cultivator’s toolbox.
There are many different types of extracted products, and quite a bit goes into maintaining consistency and quality for each product. In this webinar we will discuss what can be expected with each of the common types of extracted product, their chemical consistencies, and how to maintain production repeatability & scalability.
This webinar will discuss the technology of hair testing and present on the situation in Brazil. There is consequently, a very large number of hair tests taking place, and laboratories must meet the need for high throughput and sensitivity.
With the increasing legalization of cannabis globally, there has been a substantial need for robust and reliable analytical techniques to ensure the safety of the products used by consumers.
In this presentation we’ll explore what it takes to improve efficiencies when operating an analytical cannabis laboratory. We’ll explore the economics of laboratory testing and examine the impact that factors such as workflow, labor, equipment, inventory, and other contributors can have on operations, moral, and your bottom line