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Business & Profession Education

Defying Conventions

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.

Business & Profession Education

Cannabis Science: The Next Generation

A new undergraduate degree explores advanced chemistry of medicinal plants

Research & Development Medical research

Animal Aid

Veterinary treatments often follow developments in medicine. Could cannabis-derived medicines be the latest trend to jump the divide?

Research & Development Medical research

Taking Research to the Streets

Meet the CannaVan – a mobile lab that lets University of Colorado Boulder researchers carry out cannabis research on the fly

Research & Development Medical research

THC for Tourette’s

A cannabinoid-based treatment targets the physical and vocal tics that characterize the syndrome

Testing & Processing Pesticide analysis

Gurus of Pesticide Residue Analysis

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

Research & Development Medical research

The Year in Cannabis Science

Here, we present our picks for the people, papers and technology of 2017 – and ones to watch for 2018

Business & Profession Profession

Turning Over a New Leaf

Sitting Down With... Jessica Kristof, Vice President of Research and Development, Phylos Bioscience, Portland, Oregon, USA.

Research & Development Pharmaceutical

Heroes and Villains

What’s the role of big pharma in medical cannabis research?

Business & Profession Business

Smashing the Stigma with Science

Neil Mahapatra gives the story behind a partnership with Oxford University to develop cannabinoid medicines

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