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Pharmaceutical

Research & Development Medical research

Deep Research Down Under

| Rich Whitworth

Meet the Wizards of Oz in a mini tour of The Lambert Initiative for Cannabinoid Therapeutics at the University of Sydney

Research & Development Pharmaceutical

We Need a Bigger Fence

| Rich Whitworth

When it comes to (medical) cannabis, why all the side picking?

Research & Development Medical research

The Month In...Research and Medicine February

Monthly roundup of bitesize research breakthroughs

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 Tools & technology

Escaping the Cell

| Charlotte Barker

Synthesizing cannabinoids without plants or cells

Testing & Processing Formulation

Making the Grade

| Kevin Hennessy

To meet the growing demand for high-quality cannabinoids for pharmaceutical use, the industry is turning to synthetic production

Research & Development Formulation

A License to Print Cannabis?

| Charlotte Barker

Researchers are printing QR codes onto edible paper with THC and CBD "ink"

Research & Development Medical research

A Deep Dive Into Cannabinoid Pharmacology

Cannabinoid pioneer Roger Pertwee shares his highlights from 50 years of groundbreaking research

Research & Development Medical research

A Secret Weapon in the War Against Antibiotic Resistance?

| Charlotte Barker

Cannabigerol defeats multidrug-resistant bacteria in mice


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