John S. Abrams, PhD, discusses some of the cutting-edge work he’s involved in and what he’s looking forward to at this year's Emerald Conference.
Ask the Experts: Cultivation, Part IV: If You Were Teaching a Class on Cannabis Cultivation, What Is the Most Important Thing that Newcomers to the Field Would Need to Learn?
Zac Hildenbrand, Karan Kapoor, Autumn Karcey, and Roger Kern offer advice on the most important thing newcomers to cannabis cultivation need to learn.
The Hippocratic Oath charges medical doctors to uphold specific covenants throughout their career as physicians.
On October 5, 2019, CannaSafe released our initial findings into the sudden appearance of multiple e-cigarette, or vaping, product use associated lung injury (EVALI) (1) cases across the country.
Analytical chemistry can be defined as the science of identifying and quantifying the chemical species in matter (this is my definition, happy to entertain your thoughts on this).
Cannabis is prohibited at the federal level within the United States, though many states have chosen to legalize or decriminalize the drug at the state level.
Pest control is often considered to be a modern invention born of the chemical revolution at the turn of the last century.
With the rise of cannabis legalization across North America has come a rise in the prevalence of niche expertise in the cannabis sector.
What is the biggest challenge in cannabis cultivation?
On December 30, 2019, researchers from the Department of Life Sciences at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and the Institute of Nanotechnology of the National Council of Research (CNR NANOTEC) in Italy published an exciting manu