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Kyle Boyar
Field Applications Scientist at Medicinal Genomics
allele, bacteria, biofuel, biotechnology, bitcoin, blockchain, botany, botrytis cinerea, brand, cabernet sauvignon, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid would be, cannabis, cannabis culture, cannabis sativa, carbon dioxide, coinbase, complementarity (molecular biology), computer network, creativity, cryptocurrency, cultivar, decentralization, dna, dna sequencing, drink, drug enforcement administration, ethanol, facebook, food, gene, genetics, genomics, genotype, grape, horticulture, hydrophile, infection, intellectual property, invention, landrace, lecithin, medication, metrology, natural product, nucleotide, partition coefficient, patent, pathogen, plant breeding, polymerase chain reaction, primer (molecular biology), prior art, property, punnett square, purebred, real-time polymerase chain reaction, refrigerator, relay, research, retail, root, science, solvent, species, species concept, strain (biology), synthetic cannabinoids, technology, tetrahydrocannabinol, tetrahydrocannabinol acid, the united states patent and trademark office, united states patent and trademark office, varietal, viroid, virus, wheat, wine, zygosity
Erika Adre
Independent Consultant - Cannabis Manufacturing and Formulations at Various Companies
bacteria, biofuel, biotechnology, botany, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid would be, cannabis, carbon dioxide, ethanol, food, gene, genetics, genomics, horticulture, hydrophile, infection, lecithin, medication, natural product, partition coefficient, solvent, synthetic cannabinoids, tetrahydrocannabinol, wheat
Bryant Jones
Plant Scientist, Herbalist at University Of Minnesota
1996 california proposition 215, adolescence, agriculture, agronomy, american chemical society, amino acid, aphid, attention, automation, bacteria, bicycle, biological pest control, biotechnology, blinded experiment, brand, candy, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinol, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis cultivation, cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, carbon dioxide in earth's atmosphere, carbon sequestration, charlotte's web (cannabis), chemist, chemistry, clay, clinicaltrials.gov, coffee, coffee bean, concept, consumer confidence, coronavirus disease 2019, crop rotation, cultivar, cultivator, curveball, decomposition, diesel fuel, dietary supplement, distillation, dna sequencing, dominance (genetics), drink, due diligence, ecology, ecosystem, education, endocannabinoid system, engineer, entourage effect, experience, farmer, farmers' market, fda warning letter, fertigation, fertilizer, food and drug administration, fungus, gardening, gene, generally recognized as safe, genetically modified crops, genetically modified food, genetically modified organism, genetics, genomics, germination, glyphosate, good manufacturing practice, grasshopper, greenhouse, gummy candy, hamburger, hash oil, health claim, hemp, herb, heterosis, hospital, hot chocolate, ibuprofen, impatiens necrotic spot virus, in vitro, infection, innovation, insect, integrated pest management, interdisciplinarity, ion, ion-exchange, irrigation, irrigation in viticulture, laboratory, lavandula, lawyer, learning, maize, market (economics), mediation, medical cannabis, medication, medicinal plants, microbiota, microorganism, mind, molecule, monopoly, mycorrhiza, natural environment, natural resource, natural selection, news, nitrate, nitrite, nitrogen, no-till farming, nonprofit organization, nutrient, nutrition, organic certification, organic farming, organic matter, over-the-counter drug, pansy, password, pathogen, pest control, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacokinetics, pharmacovigilance, phenotype, phloem, photorespiration, photosynthesis, phytochemical, plant breeding, plant nursery, plant tissue culture, plant virus, question, race (human categorization), randomized controlled trial, recycling, research and development, research, and development, retail, reverse engineering, root, sales, sampling (statistics), scott gottlieb, sense, silt, slider (baseball), smoking, social media, social stigma, soil, soul, soybean, steam distillation, sucrose, supercritical fluid, supply chain, surface runoff, sustainability, technology, terpene, tetrahydrocannabinol, time, tomato, traceability, transpiration, tree, united states department of agriculture, united states farm bill, vegetative reproduction, videotelephony, virus, vitis, washington (state), water, weed, wheat, women's health, xylem
Julia Bramante
Marijuana Reference Laboratory Lead Scientist at Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
american chemical society, automation, cannabinoid, cannabis, cannabis sativa, chemist, chemistry, dna sequencing, education, gene, genetics, genomics, good manufacturing practice, interdisciplinarity, microbiota, natural resource, news, nonprofit organization, research and development, research, and development, social stigma, technology, tetrahydrocannabinol, time, videotelephony
Ahmed Shuja
Founder at Ecosce, Inc.
anesthesiology, automation, bacteria, biofuel, biotechnology, botany, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid would be, cannabinol, cannabis, carbon dioxide, cell membrane, chemical compound, chemical substance, crossflow filtration, dangerous goods, desalination, economics, electronic cigarette, engineering, ethanol, evaporator, filtration, food, gene, genetics, genomics, good manufacturing practice, hemp, high-performance liquid chromatography, horticulture, hydrophile, hydrophobia, infection, innovation, labeling of fertilizer, labor economics, lecithin, liquid-liquid extraction, mass balance, medication, membrane, membrane technology, nanofiltration, natural product, osmosis, osmotic pressure, partition coefficient, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, pharmacology, pressure vessel, solvation, solvent, synthetic cannabinoids, tetrahydrocannabinol, traceability, water, water purification, watt, wheat
John MacKay
Founder at Synergistic Tech Research
accuracy and precision, acid, adenosine diphosphate, alkane, alpha-pinene, analytical chemistry, analytics, antioxidant, apple, assay, avery gilbert, bacteria, bioavailability, biofuel, biology, biotechnology, bit, blackberry, book, bootleg recording, botany, brand, brand loyalty, breakfast, breast cancer, brewery, butter, calibration, cancer, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid would be, cannabinol, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis indica, cannabis sativa, cannabis smoking, cannabis strain, carbon dioxide, centrifuge, certificate of analysis, certification, certified reference materials, chemical compound, chemical equilibrium, chemical substance, chemist, chemistry, chromatography, cigarette, cis–trans isomerism, clinical trial, coconut oil, coffee, coffee preparation, colorado river, column chromatography, compliance training, contamination, conversation, countercurrent chromatography, court, crisis management, critical mass, crystal, crystallization, decaffeination, delta-8-tetrahydrocannabinol, diet (nutrition), dietary supplement, distillation, double bond, dynamic light scattering, eicosapentaenoic acid, electrical equipment in hazardous areas, electrospray ionization, elution, end-user, entourage effect, epilepsy, ethanol, evaporator, experiment, expert, extraction (chemistry), farmer, field of dreams, filtration, first pass effect, fish oil, food, fraud, frosted mini-wheats, fume hood, gas, gene, genetics, genomics, germination, good manufacturing practice, green tea, hashish, heat, hemp, herbal medicine, hexane, high-performance liquid chromatography, horticulture, humidity, hydrogen, hydrophile, inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, infection, information, institutional review board, inventory, iso/iec 17025, isomer, juice, knowledge, laboratory, laboratory glassware, laboratory., lecithin, light, lipophilicity, liquid, m&m's, macintosh, marketplace, mass spectrometry, measurement, medical cannabis, medical prescription, medication, membrane, mill (grinding), mining, mirror, mixture, molecular mass, molecule, motion, national institutes of health, natural product, nothing, nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, nutraceutical, observational error, occupational safety and health, occupational safety and health administration, odor, oil refinery, omega-3 fatty acid, omega-6 fatty acid, ontario, orange juice, organic chemistry, organic compound, over-the-counter drug, oxygen, packaging and labeling, packaging, and labeling, paper chromatography, partition coefficient, password, personal protective equipment, pesticide, petroleum, ph, ph meter, pharmaceutical formulation, pharmacognosy, pharmacokinetics, pharmacology, pharmacy, pharmacy school, phase (matter), physics, pipette, plant, plumbing, potato, pre-medical, prescription drug, principal component analysis, question, rancidification, ratio, reason, recrystallization (chemistry), recycling, regulatory compliance, reliability engineering, reproducibility, research, right to know, risk, river, root, rotary evaporator, sampler (musical instrument), scattering, science, scientific community, scientific method, sedative, sesame, simulated moving bed, small molecule, sodium bicarbonate, solubility, solvent, spectroscopy, spectrum, star, starbucks, statistics, steel, steel-toe boot, stimulant, stove, subscription business model, supercritical fluid, supercritical fluid chromatography, supercritical fluid extraction, superheated water, synthetic cannabinoids, tax, technology, temperature, terpene, tetrahydrocannabinol, tetrahydrocannabinol acid, tetrahydrocannabinolic acid, tetrahydrocannabinolic acid synthase, tetrahydrocannabivarin, the end-user, the matrix, thermodynamics, thin-layer chromatography, time, tractor, tree, truth, ultraviolet, ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy, uncertainty, understanding, vitamin, vitamin c, vitamin e, vodka, warehouse, warranty, waste, water, waters corporation, wheat, yield (chemistry)
Stephen Goldman
Laboratory Director at PhytaTech
american chemical society, animal testing, aromatherapy, automation, azoxystrobin, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabis, cannabis (drug), cannabis sativa, chemist, chemistry, chemotherapy, detection limit, dna sequencing, dose (biochemistry), eating, education, electric battery, electronic cigarette, entourage effect, essential oil, food and drug administration, food safety, gene, genetics, genomics, glyphosate, good manufacturing practice, hemp, herb, interdisciplinarity, learning, life-cycle assessment, medication, microbiota, mold, molds, mycotoxin, natural product, natural resource, news, nonprofit organization, odor, olfaction, over-the-counter drug, perfume, personalized medicine, polymerase chain reaction, primer (molecular biology), reason, regulatory risk differentiation, research and development, research, and development, risk, social stigma, solvent, sugar, technology, tetrahydrocannabinol, time, topical medication, vaporizer (inhalation device), vegetable, verification, and validation, videotelephony, water
Ezra Pryor
Applied Markets Specialist at Heidolph North America
american chemical society, aromaticity, audit, automation, bacteria, biofuel, biotechnology, bit, botany, brand, cannabidiol, cannabinoid, cannabinoid would be, cannabis, cannabis sativa, carbon dioxide, cargo, chemist, chemistry, chromatography, chromium, cloud computing, cold medicine, combustibility and flammability, competition, consultant, cotton, crime, crystal, crystallization, dietary supplement, dna sequencing, dose (biochemistry), drug, dynamic light scattering, economics, education, elution, email, employment, entourage effect, epilepsy, ethanol, extraction (chemistry), federal bureau of investigation, federal government of the united states, fire, food, food and drug administration, gasoline, gene, genetics, genomics, good manufacturing practice, health claim, heat, hemp, herbal medicine, horticulture, hydrophile, infection, interdisciplinarity, ipad, iphone, laboratory, lecithin, ligand (biochemistry), light, limonene, market (economics), medication, medicine, microbiota, mind, motion, natural product, natural resource, news, nonprofit organization, organic farming, over-the-counter drug, partition coefficient, password, pesticide, pharmaceutical industry, recrystallization (chemistry), regulatory compliance, reputation, research, research and development, research, and development, risk, route of administration, safety, scattering, science, social stigma, solvent, star, supercritical fluid, supercritical fluid extraction, synergy, synthetic cannabinoids, tablet computer, tariff, technology, tetrahydrocannabinol, tetrahydrocannabinol acid, thermodynamics, time, traditional chinese medicine, truck driver, ultraviolet, united states court of appeals for the ninth circuit, united states courts of appeals, videotelephony, vodka, water, wheat