Today introduced new program compendiums on designer drug assessment and toxicology of oral fluids.

The only resource of its kind, this searchable library includes developer stimulants that tend to be marketed as ‘bath salts’ along with additional cannabinoid compounds. In tandem with the launch of these new assets, Agilent is sponsoring monthly webinars featuring industry experts who will discuss new LC/MS and MS applications for forensic recognition and analysis of designer drugs and metabolites. ‘The important assets we'today re introducing, used in collaboration with this specialized GC/MS laboratory technology, provide forensic practitioners, crime laboratories, and federal workplace drug-testing applications with cost-effective, end-to-end solutions for designer drug analysis and screening.’ Related StoriesCombatting viral and bacterial lung attacks with volatile anesthetics: an interview with Dr ChakravarthyOrganoid Biobank for predicting cancers individual response to drugsDiabetic retinopathy therapy innovations: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of Polyphotonix Designer drugs are developed to bypass existing definitions of illicit substances.

Where: McCormick Place West, Space 176b/c, or on the internet at How: To participate in the webcasts, click on the links above to view slides and pay attention to the audio of the conference live over the Internet.

Adolescent cyber bullies and victims more likely to have psychiatric problems: Study Adolescent victims and perpetrators of electronic bullying appear more likely to report having psychiatric and physical symptoms and problems, according to a report in the June issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, among the JAMA/Archives journals.Where: McCormick Place West, Space 176b/c, or on the internet at How: To participate in the webcasts, click on the links above to view slides and pay attention to the audio of the conference live over the Internet.

Adolescent cyber bullies and victims more likely to have psychiatric problems: Study Adolescent victims and perpetrators of electronic bullying appear more likely to report having psychiatric and physical symptoms and problems, according to a report in the June issue of Archives of General Psychiatry, among the JAMA/Archives journals.