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Tighter controls on cannabis quality are inevitable in a growing legal market. But isn’t that how it should be?
A new molecular tracking system can see cannabis safely from seed to sale
Delving into cannabis use among cancer patients
Cannabis conferences are shooting up all over the world. But which ones are worth the trip? Don’t rely on pot luck – see our handy guide to the most intriguing events in 2018.
A new undergraduate degree explores advanced chemistry of medicinal plants
Veterinary treatments often follow developments in medicine. Could cannabis-derived medicines be the latest trend to jump the divide?
Meet the CannaVan – a mobile lab that lets University of Colorado Boulder researchers carry out cannabis research on the fly
A cannabinoid-based treatment targets the physical and vocal tics that characterize the syndrome
As regulators in California and elsewhere tighten up pesticide testing rules, we speak to three top scientists about the analytical hurdles that need to be cleared
We speak with Heather Krug, to find out more about the regulatory challenges of controlling pesticide use in cannabis.
Here, we present our picks for the people, papers and technology of 2017 – and ones to watch for 2018
Sitting Down With... Jessica Kristof, Vice President of Research and Development, Phylos Bioscience, Portland, Oregon, USA.