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New Deadly Opioid Results in over 120 Deaths

November 23, 2020 Philadelphia PA.  A novel synthetic opioid named brorphine, with effects similar to fentanyl, is the latest  opioid drug to emerge on the… Learn More
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Why Isotonitazene Is Not Yet the “New Fentanyl”

May 21, 2020 In the span of about a year, isotonitazene, a novel psychoactive substance (NPS), went from being practically unheard of to… Learn More
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Identifying New Illicit Drugs and Sounding the Alarm in Real Time

June 26, 2019 CFSRE’s Dr. Barry Logan gave a presentation at NIST (National Institute for Standard and Technology) on the ever-changing landscape of… Learn More

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Happy #Monday! The #CFSRE is just showing off some great pictures that we got from our #Picnic #Party last week! Enjoy your week everyone!

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We need your help again! The #CFSRE has acquired 2 new EZ1 Advanced XL Robots for our #laboratory and want help naming our new machines. The theme will be #famouscouples from anytime in history! After 2 weeks we will announce the #winner. Ok, we'll start.... Lucy and Ricky.

🚨 New Potent Opioid Alert 🚨

N-Pyrrolidino Etonitazene (Etonitazepyne) has been identified in the US. Emergence of this new #opioid could signify replacement of metonitazene. Check out our new monograph 👇 and keep an eye out for more information ‼️

📄: https://www.npsdiscovery.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/N-Pyrrolidino-Etonitazene_051321_ToxicologyAnalyticalReport.pdf?mc_cid=51058812cc&mc_eid=0872426f82

🚨 New #Synthetic #Cannabinoid discovered in the United States 🚨

ADB-HEXINACA was recently confirmed on a plant-like material from Florida. This new drug differs from others in this sub-class as it has a 6 carbon tail (vs 5). Report link below 👇

📄: https://www.npsdiscovery.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/ADB-HEXINACA_042921_CFSRE-Chemistry_Report.pdf?mc_cid=6b77be1125&mc_eid=0872426f82