Drugs of Abuse: Identification of Positional Isomers by Solid-Phase GC-IR

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Hemp: A Forensic Perspective [Agilent]

Instructions for registering for this archived webinar:  This webinar originally occurred Tuesday, March 31st, 2020. Duration: 1 hour(s) Sponsored by Agilent Technologies Speaker: Anthony Macherone, Ph.D., Sr. Scientist, Strategic Program Manager & Cannabis Applications Technical Leader, Agilent Technologies; Visiting Professor, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine     From a forensic perspective, a laboratory must […]

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Smart Connected Technology: The Next Evolution in Mass Spectrometry [Agilent]

Wednesday, October 8th, 2019 from 1:00 PM ET - 2:00 PM ET Duration: 1 hour(s) Sponsored by Agilent Technologies Speaker: David Edwards Ph.D., Senior Director, Marketing. Mass Spectrometry Division, Agilent Technologies, Inc. In the third webinar in Agilent’s Forensics Smart Connected Laboratory Webinar Series, Senior Director of Marketing, David Edwards, will discuss how the technological evolution of smart connected mass spectrometry instruments and associated software will play a role in increasing efficiency and productivity in the forensic laboratory. Examples will be given across [...]

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The Use of a QuickProbe in the Analysis of Controlled Substances [Agilent]

Tuesday, September 17, 2019 from 1:00 PM ET - 2:00 PM ET Duration: 1 hour(s) Sponsored by Agilent Technologies Speaker: Dr. Erin Shonsey, Director of Research, Alabama Department of Forensic Sciences In this webinar, we will demonstrate the use of a QuickProbe sample inlet in the screening of controlled substances.  The purpose of screening items of evidence in a forensic chemistry lab is to quickly ascertain the potential identification of an unknown sample. The results of the initial screen would then be used [...]

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How the Digital Transformation in the GC Lab is Improving Efficiency [Agilent]

Tuesday, June 18, 2019 from 11:00 AM ET - 12:00 PM ET Duration: 1 hour(s) Speaker: Dr. Eric Denoyer, Senior Director of Marketing, Agilent Technologies  Sponsored by Agilent Technologies In this webinar, we will look through the lens of gas chromatography as an example to explore how a digital transformation is evolving the analytical laboratory and driving better outcomes. We will discuss how this digital transformation is reducing unplanned downtime and improving lab efficiency. Smart connected instruments help operators deliver better analytical results. And [...]

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Drug testing facilities should be screening for Kratom an opioid with potential for addiction and abuse. It is crucial to understand the physiological and psychological effects of Kratom, and how it is being used as an alternative to other opioids. In this webinar, Pat Pizzo, a renowned forensic toxicologist, discusses Kratom’s legal status, and the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and advocacy groups’ position on its safety and uses. She’ll explore the history of Kratom, where [...]

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Introduction to Digital Transformation of the Laboratory: Today, Tomorrow and the Future

This introductory webinar sets the stage for a series of upcoming presentations by Agilent’s Senior Marketing Directors speaking about how they are implementing greater digital capabilities across the entire portfolio of next-generation Agilent products. In the first webinar in Agilent’s Forensics Smart Connected Laboratory Webinar Series, Strategic Business Development Manager Mike Lee will introduce digital […]

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Investigative Strategies: Missing and Unidentified Person Cases

This course covers a range of investigative strategies and considerations for handling missing and unidentified person cases. It is designed primarily for law enforcement, medical examiners, and coroners charged with the investigation of missing and unidentified person cases. However, it will also help family members of missing persons, victim advocates, and the general public gain […]

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Specimen Validity testing the Workplace Experience

This presentation provides an overview and historical perspective of Sample Validity Testing (SVT) in the U.S. It begins with a brief historical overview including urine specimen tampering practices and identified adulterant and substitution products, the evolution of laboratory procedures for SVT, and the implementation of regulatory policies. As an example, the National Laboratory Certification Program […]

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