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Terpenes and Testing Magazine Pleased To Welcome Ric Cuchetto To Advisory Board
Newport Beach, CA – July 29, 2017 – The Terpenes and Testing working scientific Advisory Board is excited to welcome experienced cannabis chemist Ric Cuchetto to their skilled group of industry leaders and professionals.
Terpenes and Testing Advisory Board serves as a working body through which to filter articles for our print magazine. Each feature article is read and approved by two to three experts on the topic before going to print. With this in place, Terpenes and Testing Magazine hopes to continue offering one of the most cutting edge scientific cannabis publications on the market.
“There is an incredible responsibility that goes along with being a journalist in the cannabis industry, the Advisory Board helps ensure we practice responsible reporting.” Editor-in Chief Cara Wietstock said, “As a publication focused on extraction science, it was necessary to us that we ask Ric to be an active member of our Advisory Board.”
Ric Cuchetto brings over thirty years of experience in analytical chemistry to the team. Mr. Cuchetto is known for his ability to perform quantitative analysis of complex compounds and to design and develop processes and procedures that meet the stringent requirements of research studies and government regulations.
When speaking of his new responsibilities Cuchetto informed us, “I am honored to accept the position on the Terpenes and Testing Advisory Board and look forward to additional projects with my distinguished colleagues.”
About Terpenes and Testing Magazine:
Established January 2017, Terpenes and Testing Magazine began reporting on the cutting edge of cannabis science. With feature articles on testing labs, extraction, and cultivation they aim to keep the industry profession, lab chemist, and cannabis connoisseur equally as entertained. Each of the six issues per year combines hard hitting primary source reporting with fun culture spliced throughout for a delightful journey through the latest in methods, standards, equipment, and more.
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