Speaking at the Analytical Cannabis Expo North America 2022 back in March 2022, Brian Whiteley Application Scientist at Agilent presented his talk on adapting and optimizing HPLC methodology, including mass spectrometry.
Speaking at the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo North America in March 2022, Emily Britton, PhD, Senior Marketing Manager for Food & Natural Products at Waters, presented her talk on fit-for-purpose cannabis analytical tools.
Speaking at the recent Analytical Cannabis Expo North America in March 2022, Toby Astill, PhD, Global Market Manager – Cannabis & Hemp at PerkinElmer, presented his talk on strategies to simplify testing processes.
Kirk will talk about headspace sampling and GC-MS measurement of residual solvents using the JEOL JMS-Q1500GC quadrupole GC-MS system, and how the technique can meet California’s minimum reporting limits.
On April 13, this panel of scientific entrepreneurs will use their experience of being integral members of multiple start-up labs on both the East and West coasts to discuss the commonalities that all testing labs face, and dive into some of the more important points of emphasis for newly operating labs.
As the commercial cannabis industry grows, so do the types of products available. The variety of cannabis products requiring pesticide and mycotoxin testing provides unique challenges for analytical chemists. In this webinar, we will discuss some of the common issues faced when performing pesticide and mycotoxin testing and strategies to overcome these problems.
In this webinar, Eric Janusson, PhD, Lead Chemist at Delic Labs will be discussing the current literature, contradictions and shortcomings for precise quantification of tryptamine compounds. Quantification methods developed by Delic Labs to produce robust and reliable results will also be presented.
Join Sabrina Didado, Founder & Owner of Cosmic Harvest Hemp, who will be discussing the importance of post-extraction processes, as well as, the tricky and unspoken topic of compliance, ethics, and how to listen to the science when producing hemp and cannabis products.
A laboratory automation/digitisation strategy, alongside senior management support, funding and resourcing, is crucial for defining the steps required to automate the laboratory over several phases. The objective of this webcast is to highlight ways to ensure that your investments in laboratory informatics applications are sound and long-lasting.
Cannabis pesticide testing is challenging due to the variety of pesticides analyzed, low level detection expectations and the challenging matrix that cannabis and cannabis-infused products often present.