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The First Over-the-counter Topics CBD Drug Has Been Given FDA Approval

The new approval marks the first, and currently only, over-the-counter topical drug with CBD to be registered and certified to date in the US.

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The Centre for Medicinal Cannabis Announces Its Conference Speakers

The two-day event will take place on the 16-17th April at BMA House in London and will draw together world leaders in basic and clinical cannabinoid research alongside the most senior policy makers in the UK.

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European Medicinal Cannabis Association Adds London Professor As Its Chairman

The newly formed Brussels-based industry body announces the appointment of Professor Trevor Jones, CBE, as its new chairman.

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Mile High Labs Calls for Better CBD Regulation in Europe

The CBD processor has lobbied MEPs at the European Parliament to ask for clearer regulation.

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Shimadzu Boosts Northern Michigan University's Medicinal Plant Chemistry Program

Shimadzu provided a donation of lab equipment valued at nearly $851,000 to the rigorous chemistry program.

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Medicinal Genomics and Eurofins Launch Genetic Chip to Help Breed Cannabis With Desired Traits

The companies claim the chip will help customers to breed cannabis cultivars with specific chemical profiles and disease resistant characteristics.

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Bio-Rad’s PCR Kit a “Fast and Accurate” Way to Detect Aspergillus in Cannabis

The real-time PCR kit can detect the four key types of dangerous Aspergillus mold in cannabis and cannabis-infused products.

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FRITSCH’s Cutting Mill “Optimized for Cannabis Processing”

The Pulverisette 19 with cyclone from FRITSCH is an efficient instrument to quickly fragment large volumes of cannabis.

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NIH Pledges $3.5 Million to Study Medical Cannabis and Chronic Pain

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.

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