Articles By Caroline Hroncich
A new brewing process could not only be more cost-effective than cannabis cultivation, but could allow scientists to access possibly beneficial compounds that are present at lower levels in the plant.
The ACS now has more than 300 members focused on researching cannabis, but there may be a need for more expansion.
An election has placed cannabis in the spotlight. While government support and a tradition of research bodes well for the “new gold,” companies face challenges on the global market.
Studies are scarce, but one shows that prenatal exposure may lead to behavioral problems in children.
Katexco is moving forward with the development of its first potential cannabis-based therapies this year.