Join HPLC expert Dr. Lee Polite, President & Founder of Axion Analytical Labs, Inc as he discusses current analytical requirements for cannabis testing and how to develop and optimize a HPLC method from scratch using cannabinoids.
In this webinar, Andrew Samann, CEO & Principal Consultant of Orion GMP Solutions will be discussing GMP and how it relates to commonly used medicinal substances, with an overview of patient response. Current quality practices throughout the entire supply chain will also be explored.
This webinar will cover the extraction methods used in the cannabis and hemp industry and highlight strategies for mitigating matrix effects, the need for improved extraction protocols, and validated methods.
In this webinar, we will explore cannabis extraction from seed to final product and consider the process steps involved.
This free to attend, 1-day event will focus on some of the most interesting and exciting developments in the world of cannabis extraction, whilst providing a platform for scientists, researchers and technology providers within the cannabis industry to share their work and discuss challenges and opportunities in this developing market.
In this webinar, we will explore the current issues related to cannabis vaping and the associated vape inducted lung injury.
In this presentation, we’ll review the crucial importance of microbial testing, specifically TYMC, TAMC, E. coli, Salmonella and mycotoxins.
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.