The Cannabis Extraction Virtual Conference is a unique opportunity to learn and explore in detail the latest technologies related to the production and consumption of cannabis and marijuana. The event is aimed to provide a unique opportunity to expand your knowledge of cannabis extraction techniques.

One of the best ways to learn about the cannabis extraction process is to attend a live event. Fortunately, it is not only possible to attend a live event, but it is also possible to attend a live event via webcast. In fact, there are several live online events that focus on the cannabis extractions process. One such event is the upcoming Cannabis Extraction Virtual Conference.

On February 21 and 22, 2018, Cannabis Extraction Solutions (CES) is hosting a virtual conference, “Mark Your Calendars: The Cannabis Extraction Virtual Conference”, whose title is a play on the famous “Mark Your Calendars” post by Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook in 2006 that announced the company’s Facebook Platform. The conference is intended to be a discussion of the current state of cannabis processing, with a particular focus on extraction technologies. There will be a panel discussion by members of the extraction and processing industry to cover their views on the current state of the marketplace and the future of the industry.

The 29th. The virtual conference on cannabis extraction will take place in June 2021. From noon to 5 p.m., eastern time, you will have access to five veterans of the extraction market who will discuss various topics related to the intricacies of cannabis and its extraction. You will hear from experts who will give their views on cannabis and its extraction, supercritical CO2 extraction, post-processing, risk management, hazards and controls, optimization, closed loop hydrocarbon extraction, machine learning algorithms and more. Alex Herding, Chief Risk Officer for the National Cannabis Risk Management Association (NCRMA), will kick off the session with an examination of the risks and controls associated with LPG gas production. Dr. Marcus Roggen, founder and CEO of Complex Biotech Discovery Ventures, will also address the kinetics and thermodynamics of cannabis extraction. Mark Your Calendars: The Cannabis Extraction Virtual Conference Other presentations at the virtual cannabis extraction conference:

  • Pushing the limits of CO2 extraction
    • Jeremy Dale, co-founder and CTO of Green Mill Supercritical.
  • The future of cannabis concentrates: Trends in hydrocarbon production and extraction
    • Michelle Sproules, Laboratory Manager at CULTA
  • Scale-up process in the cannabis/hemp industry
    • Darwin Millard, vice president of ASTM International D37.04, processing and handling of cannabis

Read the full agenda and register here. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of the speakers during the live question and answer session that will take place after each session. Registration is free. If you have any questions about sponsorship, please contact RJ Palermo at [email protected]

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