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Alexander Beadle

Science Writer

Alexander Beadle has been working as a freelance science writer since 2017 and has covered the cannabis industry for Analytical Cannabis since 2018. He has also written for our sister publication, Technology Networks, and the cannabis industry consultant firm Prohibition Partners, among others. Alexander holds a Master's in Materials Chemistry from the University of St. Andrews, where he won a Chemistry Purdie scholarship, and conducted research into zeolite crystal growth mechanisms and the action of single-molecule transistors.

Latest content from Alexander Beadle

Cannabis Abstinence in Monkeys Reverses Harms of THC On Fertility, Study Finds

The researchers believe that their results could help inform the counseling that healthcare providers give to their patients.


CBD Can Reverse Opioid Overdoses, Study Suggests

In a new presentation given at the spring meeting of the American Chemical Society, researchers from Indiana University Bloomington reported new findings that suggest that CBD could help to combat fentanyl overdose and boost the effects of naloxone.


Early Cannabis Use May Affect How We Learn From Mistakes, Study Suggests

People who begin using cannabis at a young age may be worse at correcting their past mistakes, the study suggests.


Most Canadian Neighborhoods Are Within a Five-Minute Drive of a Cannabis Store, Study Finds

The study found that the number of stores per capita had increased by an average of 122% each year since legalization, with per capita sales also increasing by 91% per year.


CBG Can Be a Biomarker to Detect Recent Cannabis Use, Study Suggests

The study found that whole blood CBG levels were a “highly specific albeit insensitive biomarker” for recent cannabis smoking.


Cannabis Media Coverage in Canada Has Become More Progressive, Study Finds

The researchers observed “a shift from negative and sensationalist cannabis news coverage toward more balanced and progressive framing” over the study period.


Cannabis Helps Woman to Reduce Medication Use for Nerve Pain, Case Study Reports

The case study follows a 61-year-old woman who was able to significantly reduce the dose of prescription medication she was taking to control her neuropathic pain after being prescribed a THC-containing cannabis oil.


Young Cannabis Consumers Still Prefer Bongs, Study Finds

The study surveyed nearly 300 young Canadian university students and found that bongs and joints were still the preferred methods of cannabis use for the vast majority of students.


Tackling Cannabis Facility Design with Urban-Gro

To learn more about the services that are available to new cultivators setting up shop, Analytical Cannabis spoke with Arie Kamp, managing director at urban-gro Europe, a leading architectural and engineering firm that is already applying its design-build expertise to the cannabis industry.


CBD Can Reduce Stress in Dogs, Mars Petcare Study Finds

A single dose of CBD may reduce the stress in dogs caused by car travel or being left alone, according to the new study.