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Research & Development Medical research

Jump into the Patient Pool: The Data's Lovely

| Jonathan James

How are Canadians using medical cannabis?


Testing & Processing Cannabinoid analysis

Carbon Nanotubes for Cannabis Control

| Jonathan James

Freeing the roads of THC-intoxicated drivers, one breathalyzer test at a time

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Balancing Act

| Matthew Hallam

Does CBD really counteract the neuropsychiatric risks of THC?

Research & Development Neurology & psychology

Stemming Epilepsy's Effects

| Jonathan James

A dose-escalation study aims to quantify the value of CBD in children with epileptic encephalopathy.

Testing & Processing Classification

Not as Advertised

| Matthew Hallam

Apples to oranges… to cannabis. Strain classifications in US dispensaries are not always what they appear.

Research & Development Pain

Can Cannabis Help Control the Pain Epidemic?

We delve deeper into the numbers to ask - what role can cannabis play in fighting the pain epidemic?

Research & Development Medical research

Cannabis: the Fetal Position

| Jonathan James

Cannabis exposure during pregnancy could have adverse effects on brain development – but where is the data to prove it?

Research & Development Addiction

Off the Hook?

| Jonathan James

Repurposing nabiximols to tackle cannabis dependency.

Research & Development Medical research

New Drugs for Stubborn Bugs

| Matthew Hallam

Novel antibacterial agents are needed… Could cannabidiol fill the void?

Research & Development Medical research

Dawn of the (Synthetic) Dope

| Matthew Hallam

Synthetic cannabinoids have become ubiquitous, but how do they exert their 'zombifying' effects?

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