Join David Vaillencourt, CEO, The GMP Collective and Darwin Millard, The Spock of Cannabis in this free webinar which will provide an update on cannabis standardization from ASTM and what the future has in store.
In this session, Cannacraft and Pall Corporation will share their experiences with new product development and how manufacturing equipment plays a role in the process.
Psychedelics have been used for millennia in both spiritual and medicinal contexts. Recently, a number of clinical successes with psychedelics have generated considerable excitement; nevertheless, mechanisms underlying their therapeutic efficacy are largely unknown.
Returning for the third year in a row, The Science of Cannabis Extraction 2021 will bring together extraction experts to discuss the hottest topics in cannabis and hemp extraction.
In this session, Pall Corporation and Evello International will share their best practices on how to optimize your extraction and filtration process.
A key step in cannabis oil production is the decarboxylation of naturally produced THCA to psychotropic THC or CBDA to CBD, respectively.
In this presentation, Morgan Boyle, Lead Microbiologist and Cannabis Science Consultant will discuss the current status of microbial testing requirements and the need for testing standardization throughout the U.S.
Speaking at the Analytical Cannabis Expo West Online 2021 in April, Dr Emily Britton, Senior Marketing Manager for Food & Natural Products at Waters presented her talk outlining a solution for the quantitation of 18 cannabinoids in various cannabis and derived edible products using UPLC with UV and mass detection.
Speaking back in April at the Analytical Cannabis Expo West Online 2021, Dr Toby Astill, Senior Business Development Leader for Cannabis & Hemp Markets at PerkinElmer presented an innovative simplified workflow for pesticide and mycotoxin residue analysis in cannabis and hemp.
Speaking at the Analytical Cannabis Expo West Online 2021 in April, Wallace Harvey, Regional Business Manager – Lab Weighing at Sartorius presented his research study comparing the classical oven (loss-on-drying) method with an infrared method, with regard to analysis times and result precision as a function of both sample quantity and initial moisture content.