The post COVID-19 landscape will incorporate new tools designed to address challenges in both the lab and the field -- technologies that may be essential as we move to higher standards of safety, efficiency, and automation.
The selection of extraction process depends on the intended targets, the resources available, budget, expertise, and the expanding needs of the operation. Here is a snapshot of the growing range of new extraction technologies available.
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The Future Trends in the Cannabis Industry Interactive Infographic is a living resource keeping pace with the rapidly evolving cannabis industry. This post serves as a chronology of the infographic, citing ongoing developments in the areas of: Advancements in Instrumentation, Advancements in Research, Testing Standardization, Genomics and Chemotypes, and Quality Control Improvements.
Modern food safety and testing employs state-of-the-art mass spec methods and technologies for applications in import screening, domestic profiling, and many other important areas of food science.
Creating the right systems to maximize the quality of temperature control plays a vital role in creating the most productive cannabis extraction workflow.
Here we take a moment to cover the parts and operation of rotary evaporation systems – following up with a brief discussion of trends and new products.
Advances in efficiency, precision, reliability, and scalability are critical to meet increasingly stringent guidelines and overall growth of the industry.
The various methods of cannabis extraction can produce a diverse range of cannabis concentrates. Here we briefly discuss downstream fractionation methods.
We detail various extraction techniques for the production of cannabis concentrates, offering insight regarding benefits and associated costs.
The type of product dictates not only the plant strain and enrichment for specific components, but the extraction method to isolate those compounds.
Cannabis plant material preparation for efficient extraction operations with Fritsch Pulverisette 19
The Fritsch Pulverisette 19 quickly comminutes large volumes of cannabis plant material for precise and efficient extraction.
It is imperative that analytical labs achieve the sensitivity and reliability needed to maintain high quality cannabis production and food safety. QuEChERS extraction for cannabis pesticides analysis is reviewed in this article.
The latest technologies provide compatibility with various subsequent extraction kits, making them a key fit for analytical labs, large and small.