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Research & Development Medical research

A History of Cannabis Research

Tracking the growth of cannabis and cannabinoid research over time, from 1840 to 2020

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

The Month In...Testing and Processing

| Charlotte Barker

Need to catch up on the latest in cannabis testing and analysis - fast?

Testing & Processing Omics

The Month In...Plant Science and Genetics

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabis sativa research highlights for January 2021

Research & Development Medical research

Cannabis on the NHS in 2021?

| Umesh Chauhan

It’s long past time for the NHS to embrace medical cannabis as a credible treatment

Research & Development Medical research

A Born Scientist

Mary Abood on her work with cannabinoid receptors and the future of medical cannabis

Research & Development Medical research

The Month In... Research and Medicine

| Charlotte Barker

The latest biomedical research on cannabis and cannabinoids in a bitesize format

Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Best Before...?

| Charlotte Barker

Should cannabis flower be labeled with a “best before” date?

Business & Profession Business

The Month In... Business and Regulation

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabis industry news highlights: January 2021 edition

Testing & Processing Potency testing

Spot the Difference

| Charlotte Barker

Genetic test can distinguish cannabis from hemp in minutes

Research & Development Medical research

Is Cannabis a Heart Breaker?

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabis use linked with poorer recovery from heart attack or revascularization procedures

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