Shimadzu provided a donation of lab equipment valued at nearly $851,000 to the rigorous chemistry program.
The companies claim the chip will help customers to breed cannabis cultivars with specific chemical profiles and disease resistant characteristics.
The real-time PCR kit can detect the four key types of dangerous Aspergillus mold in cannabis and cannabis-infused products.
The Pulverisette 19 with cyclone from FRITSCH is an efficient instrument to quickly fragment large volumes of cannabis.
The grant will enable a team of researchers at the University of Georgia to determine if medical cannabis benefits patients living with chronic pain more than traditional pain treatments.
A London-based medicinal cannabis firm has begun work on its first state-of-the-art greenhouse in Zimbabwe in preparation for the cultivation of cannabis for medicinal purposes.
Researchers have received a $3.2 million grant to test a text-delivered counseling program for young adults ages 18 to 25 with cannabis use disorder.
Older adults are using cannabis more than ever, yet research on the topic is too scarce to properly inform policymakers, according to a new study.
The Society of Cannabis Clinicians say its new journal will help advance the understanding of medical cannabis to help inform a whole community of medical specialists.