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Cannabix Technologies

Cannabix Technologies To Present at Breath Summit 2022 – International Association of Breath Research (IABR)

UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc., developer of marijuana breathalyzer devices for law enforcement and the workplace reports that it will be attending and presenting its research: Correlation of Breath and Blood Cannabis Levels Using Custom-Made Breath Sample Collection and Analysis Methods at Breath Summit 2022 hosted by the International Association of Breath Research (IABR) in mid-June 2022.

Cannabix Technologies Correlates THC in Breath and Blood Using Proprietary Sample Collection and Analysis Hardware in Experimental Study

UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc. (the “Company or Cannabix”) developer of marijuana breathalyzer devices for law enforcement and the workplace reports it has successfully tested a supplemental version of its FAIMS technology for detection of ∆9-tetrahydrocannabinol (“THC”) and related analytes in human breath in an independent experimental study.

Cannabix Achieves New Benchmark for FAIMS Marijuana Breathalyzer Technology

UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc., developer of marijuana breathalyzer devices for law enforcement and the workplace, reports that engineers have made major advancements on its high-field asymmetric waveform ion mobility spectrometry (FAIMS) breathalyzer for analyze sensitivity and portability.

Cannabix Technologies Granted U.S. Patent for FAIMS Molecular Analysis Device

UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc., developer of the Cannabix Marijuana Breathalyzer devices for law enforcement and the workplace, is pleased to report that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted patent No. 17/019728 entitled, “Apparatus and Methods for Detection of Molecules” to the company.

Cannabix: Developing a Solution for Outdated Marijuana Testing

UF startup Cannabix Technologies Inc., a Canadian company that is developing marijuana breathalyzer technology, believe their innovations will help law enforcement officers detect THC-impairment of drivers, ultimately making it easier to prosecute offenders.
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