Area Monitoring Overview
Area monitoring is one of the most important components of ensuring individual and community safety. Read this brief area monitoring overview to learn more.
Grim Realities: Why Illegally Grown Marijuana Is Wreaking Havoc on Our Environment
As of April 2023, 22 states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for recreational use while 37 states (and DC) have legalized it for “medical” purposes. As more states consider legalizing, and other states attempt to regulate a drug that remains illegal under federal law, the black market continues to thrive.
Understanding Public Perception of Xylazine and Synthetic Opioids
In an attempt to better analyze the public perception of xylazine and synthetic opioids, we surveyed 1,000 U.S. consumers to gauge how informed they are. What we learned is this is not a traditional addiction issue. Read more.
MX908 and the Identification of Fentanyl/Xylazine Mixtures
The MX908 provides coverage of low concentration mixtures of powerful synthetics such as xylazine and 2000+ fentanyl analogs in cutting agents or other, more common, drugs to provide investigators with an important tool to meets today’s counter-drug challenges.
Announcing the 3.4 Software Update New Target Release
SW v3.4 will include three new drug targets and one new explosives target.
Announcing the 3.3 Software Update New Target Release
We just released 3 new targets including a fentanyl analog, cannabinoid and precursor.
New Target Update: Preparing for the Next in Synthetic Opioid Trends, Nitazenes
We just released another nitazene drug target to empower detection of illicit drugs that contain these toxic substances. MX908 now detects four nitazenes.
One Pill Can Kill: Current and Emerging Drug Threats
One Pill Can Kill: MX908 and Counterfeit Pills
The DEA has issued a public safety alert warning against a sharp increase in counterfeit pill overdoses in the US. The MX908 excels at identifying such pills.
The Impact and Rising Danger of the Opioid Epidemic
New Update: Threat-Focused Targets
See the Unseen: Trace chemical detection in the field
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