Cannabis Science and Technology is pleased to announce the launch of its editorial advisory board.
The University of Connecticut (UConn, Storrs, Connecticut) announced plans to offer a class on cannabis horticulture through the Department of Plant Science and Landscape Architecture.
According to a recent New York Times article, doctors in the United Kingdom will be allowed to write prescriptions for medical cannabis as of November 1, 2018.
Front Range Biosciences (FRB), a leading agricultural biotech company specializing in tissue culture propagation of high value crops, announced in a press release on October 4, 2018 (1), that it has completed a $10 million Series A round of financing for cannabis research.
Hocking College (Nelsonville, Ohio) reportedly received accreditation from the Higher Learning Commission to proceed with their new cannabis lab technician program (1).
According to a report from CNBC.com (1), the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has rescheduled GW Pharmaceuticals’ cannabidiol (CBD)-based drug, Epidiolex, to schedule V.
Highlights from the 2018 Cannabis Science Conference
Pure Cannabis Research AG and Pure Holding AG announced the establishment of the Cannabis Research Center (CRC) in early September 2018. The CRC, located in Switzerland, will reportedly facilitate cutting-edge research on cannabis.
Two U.S. Senators introduced legislation that would allow doctors at the VA to prescribe medical cannabis to veterans in the 31 states that have established medical-marijuana programs.
The Cannabis Science Conference, which took place August 28–29, 2018 in Portland, Oregon, saw another year of record-breaking attendance and exhibitors.