ICCI is the first Europe-based partner for ASTM International’s cannabis committee, which has grown to more than 500 members worldwide in its first two years.
With the historical focus being on analysis of CBD and HTC in cannabis, we now find lesser-studied terpenes being recognized as having a potentially highly significant role in the medicinal properties of cannabis. Here we explore these compounds in more detail.
The large scale production of all cannabinoids could soon be possible thanks to a biotech company based in Hungary.
The company says they have developed an innovative approach, leveraging microarray technology to determine the quantity of microbial content in a sample relative to a specific testing standard.
In a controversial move, South Africa becomes the third African country to legalize cannabis cultivation and use in the home.
Bill could provide a major boost for cannabis research as more cultivators are set to receive licensing approval.
Terpenes are the relatively unresearched molecules present in cannabis products. Unlocking their potential could provide a whole new array of cannabis uses and benefits.
Ginko Bioworks and Cronos partner to facilitate the future production of lab-grown cannabis.
A new system is being introduced to allow black and gray market cannabis producers to introduce and protect their unique cannabis strains in the Canadian cannabis market.