First Line of Defense: Process Engineering
Live Webcast: Process Engineering serves the first line of defense in making sure that everything you obtain is as safe and reliable as possible, including cannabis.
In short order, Canadian’s will be enjoying the sweet smell of cannabis out in the open. With the federal government essentially allowing unfettered access to the plant through online, mail order, and in-store sales, it’s a move set to launch the trajectory of many other peripheral industries as well.
Testing requirements and regulations are continuing to pinch many California cannabis producers. Emerald Test and Labvantage are two companies stepping up to help the industry get testing standards under control.
In this Cultivate webcast, Genifer Murray sits down with Miriam Konz, Managing Director for Kadence’s Boston office, to talk about the results from a recent survey aimed to understand cannabis consumers better.
Yona Levy is the CEO of Alvit Pharma, an Israeli-based company specializing in the development of pharma-grade cannabis products. With over 20 years of experience in business management and investment banking, Levy has brought his skills to the cannabis industry, and with the team at Alvit, they aim to lead the world in the standardization, optimization, and delivery of products alternative to smoking medicinal cannabis.
Growing pains are developing in the cannabis industry as genetic code, and proprietary processes start to become patent-protected. CannabisTech spoke to Stephen Martin at The Gene Pool this week to discuss the future of cannabis patents.
This week, CannabisTech took the opportunity to speak with Ally Monk, CEO of MotorLeaf, about this crystal ball technology designed for tomatoes, cannabis, and anything else produced under the sun… (or grow lights).