Weekly News in Cannabis and Hemp
While law enforcement struggles with ambiguous laws, from North America to Africa and even China, hemp and cannabis are expanding and creating an unprecedented opportunity all around the world.
Colorado State University-Pueblo, Institute of Cannabis Research hosted their annual academic conference regarding advances in cannabis science and technology. Cannabis Tech’s Kristina Etter attended the Sunday session for a first-hand perspective of cannabis advances from the researchers themselves.
“Fear, to a great extent, is born of a story we tell ourselves, and so I chose to tell myself a different story from the one women are told. I decided I was safe. I was strong. I was brave.” ~Cheryl Strayed, Wild
Biosynthesis is not a new process in science, but its implementation in the cannabis industry is turning heads and beginning to reshape the traditional approach to cannabis production.
While the debate about cannabis and cancer has been ongoing for the better part of the legalization movement, one Northwestern pharmaceutical company is partnering with the University of Washington in hopes to provide the answer finally.
DNA sequencing helps millions of people every year learn of their ancestry, as well as, identify certain health risks based on their genetic code. But DNA for cannabis? One Canadian company is changing the future of cannabis.