Restek Wins Science Video of the Year Award

Restek’s Nathaly Reyes Garcés, Colton Myers, and Ashlee Gerardi accept the award for Analytical Science Video of the Year

Leading science publisher SelectScience presented Restek with its Analytical Science Video of the Year Award during the annual Scientists’ Choice Awards on March 4. The ceremony was held at the Pittcon 2020 International Conference and Expo in Chicago.

The video features Restek scientists Dr. Nathaly Reyes Garcés and Colton Myers, and Business Development Manager, Ashlee Gerardi, sharing their expertise on cannabis testing workflows and method development.

The video can be found online here: https://thescientistschannel.com/nathaly-reyes-garces

Now in its 13th year, the annual Scientists’ Choice Awards recognize the new technologies that have had the greatest impact on global scientific advancement. More scientists than ever became involved this year by nominating and voting online.

Last year, SelectScience presented Restek with its Reviewers’ Choice Award for Analytical Science Company of the Year in recognition of the array of positive feedback it received from customers leaving laboratory product reviews on its influential website.

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Tips for Preparing Calibration Curve Standards and Avoiding Sources of Error

Author: Landon Wiest

Published By: Restek Corporation

Year of Publication: 2020

Link: https://www.restek.com/Technical-Resources/Technical-Library/General-Interest/gen_GNAR3169-UNV

Abstract: When preparing calibration curve standards, minimizing sources of error is vital for obtaining accurate quantitative results. This article shares best practices relating to equipment, chemical interactions, and workflow solutions that will help ensure accurate and precise analytical results.

Analysis of Pesticides and Mycotoxins in Cannabis Brownies

Author: Nathaly Reyes and Colton Myers

Published By: Restek Corporation

Year of Publication: 2020

Link: https://www.restek.com/Technical-Resources/Technical-Library/Foods-Flavors-Fragrances/fff_FFAN3149-UNV

Abstract: Government regulations in California require the cannabis industry to test edible products for an extensive list of pesticides and mycotoxins. Here, an effective workflow for this complex analysis was developed in brownies and optimization strategies are detailed in order to provide a starting point for similar matrices. Both LC-MS/MS and GC-MS/MS were employed and excellent results for LOQ, linearity, accuracy, and precision were attained for all the target compounds.