May 15, 2019
In the session "New Breath Technology for Measuring Marijuana Use Within the Impairment Window," Jeff Stoll will be discussing results from the latest clinical trials at the University of California, San Francisco, how they correlate to third-party research on impairment, and what this means for roadside marijuana testing.
May 2, 2019
Dr. Mike Lynn will be attending Ogletree Deakins' 2019 National Workplace Strategies Seminar in Las Vegas, NV and appearing on a panel with employment lawyers to discuss the impacts of marijuana legalization on the workplace.
April 12, 2019
April 11, 2019
Dr. Mike Lynn will be discussing scientific breakthroughs in detecting and measuring THC in breath in the session “Development of a Breathalyzer for THC.” Dr. Lynn also joins esteemed colleagues as a guest panelist during the session “Impaired or Not: Challenging Cannabis Cases with Panel Discussion and Audience Participation.”
October 29, 2018
Dr. Mike Lynn is the guest speaker for the session on “Marijuana Impairment and Emerging Technology.” During his presentation, Dr. Lynn will address the issue of impairment in the workplace and on the road, and new technological advancements that can help determine if someone recently used marijuana and is therefore likely impaired.
Feb 26 - Mar 1, 2018
Hound Labs and Triple Ring Technology have been conducting research in the development of the Hound marijuana breathalyzer. Triple Ring Technology scientists shared an overview of the breakthrough breath measurement technology at Pittcon 2018. In addition, the team discussed the ultra-sensitive measurement technique that has been validated against gold-standard mass spectrometers.
Feb 2 -3, 2018
CEO and co-founder Dr. Mike Lynn presented Hound Labs’ research findings on the impact of indoor and outdoor smoking on THC levels in breath. Hound Labs is the first to examine this environmental impact and observe significant differences in actual THC levels, but no material differences in THC duration in breath.
Jan 21 - 25, 2018
Hound Labs developed a proprietary scientific method to not only detect THC in breath but also to measure it in parts per trillion (picograms). University of California, San Francisco Clinical Chemistry Fellow, Y. Ruben Yo, PhD, presented data confirming the sensitivity of the Hound marijuana and alcohol breathalyzer and the need to measure below 5 pg/L THC in breath.