ACS Cannabis Chemistry Partnership Plans Virtual Symposium

April 22, 2020
Cannabis Science and Technology, a multimedia platform that focuses on educating the legal cannabis industry about the science and technology of analytical testing, quality control, extraction and cultivation, announce a partnership with the American Chemical Society’s Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision.

Cannabis Science and Technology, a multimedia platform that focuses on educating the legal cannabis industry about the science and technology of analytical testing, quality control, extraction and cultivation, announces a partnership with the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision (CANN). The partnership kicks off with the “Spring 2020 CANN Virtual Symposium” slated for May 6–7.  The symposium will feature several sessions that CANN had planned for the ACS Spring 2020 National Meeting & Expo, which was cancelled due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.

Throughout the two-day virtual symposium, cannabis scientists, researchers and industry experts will deliver more than a dozen talks on a wide array of topics. The virtual symposium will also include presentations from all the 2020 ElSohly Award winners:

  • Justin Fischedick, PhD, Integrated Analytical Solutions
  • Sang Hyuck-Park, PhD, Institute of Cannabis Research
  • Jiries Meehan-Atrash, Department of Chemistry, Portland State University
  • Markus Roggen, PhD, Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures (CBDV)
  • Jacqueline von Salm, PhD, AltMed

Information on registration is available here.

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