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PerkinElmer Cannabis and Hemp Science Seminar Series - Westborough

PerkinElmer Cannabis and Hemp Science Seminar Series - Westborough

Westborough, MA

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Insights on the Cannabis Industry

Join PerkinElmer, and industry partners, in Westborough for the Cannabis and Hemp Science Series. Bringing together industrial, government, and academic scientists, engineers and stakeholders, the conference will provide insights on the cannabis and hemp growing, testing, and manufacturing industry.

Presentations will discuss:

Analyzing Flower, Trim, Edibles, Extracts, and Oils,for Pesticides, Terpenes, Residual Solvents and Heavy Metals
Cannabis Specific Consumables & Certified Reference Materials
Cannabis Lab Infrastructure and Site Requirements
Research Activities in Cannabis and Future Collaboration Opportunities
Maintaining Quality Control in an Accredited Cannabis Manufacturing Environment
Engage with exhibitors throughout the day and network at the Q&A after the talks.

Agenda

8:00 AM Registration (Refreshments Provided)

8:50 AM Introductions - Scott Lee, PerkinElmer

9:00 AM Cannabis and Industrial Hemp Testing Overview - Mark Greenbaum, PerkinElmer

9:30 AM Analysis of Heavy Metals in Cannabis - Andrea Palpini, PerkinElmer

10:15 AM Terpenes and Residual Solvents in Cannabis by Headspace GC/MS - Tom Mancuso, PerkinElmer

11:00 AM Refreshment Break

11:15 AM Ensuring Quality Supply of Standards, Consumables, and Lab Supplies - Kirsten Blake, Emerald Scientific

11:45 AM Lunch

12:45 PM Complete Pesticide and Mycotoxin Analysis in Cannabis by LC/MS/MS - Michael Costanzo, PerkinElmer

1:30 PM So You Want to Build a Cannabis Lab - Mark Fashian, CAS Labs

2:00 PM FTNIR for Immediate Potency Identification of Flowers and Oils - Tom Byron, PerkinElmer

2:45 PM Closing Discussion and Q&A

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Event Details

Date:

Tue, Jan 29, 2019

Start Time:

8:00 AM

Location:

Hampton Inn
15 Connector Rd
Westborough, MA 01581

Directions

Event Categories:

Education, Industry
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