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Could Cannabis Heighten A Protein's Ability To Fight Viruses And Inflammation?
With the anti-inflammation properties of CBD and marijuana, it's only a matter of time before scientists start experimenting with THC's effects on the body and its genomes.
DEA Proposes Rules To Allow For Expansion Of Marijuana Research In U.S.
The DEA has finally released rules on how the federal agency will evaluate companies that want to grow marijuana for scientific research. It's good news, if it follows through.
Feds Will Pay Scientists To Study Marijuana's Effects On COVID-19
In an unusual turn, NIDA will pay researchers up to $100K per year to find out if smoking weed impacts COVID-19 symptoms.
University Creates First-Ever 'Cannabis Center of Excellence' Research Center
Lake Superior State University will train students as "job-ready chemists," with hopes the school draws the attention of cannabis entrepreneurs
Could Cannabis Beat Big Pharma To An Alzheimer's Cure? Here's What The Research Says
Life for Alzheimer's patients may be forever changed, thanks to mounting research on cannabinoids and their effect on the brain.
Marijuana the Feds Allow for Research Is More Like Hemp Than Real-Life Pot
If you bought this at a dispensary, you'd demand your money back.
New Study Will Explore Medical Marijuana as a Treatment for Autism
Despite a near-ban on medical cannabis research federally, a private donation will fund work on autism treatment in California.
Some Universities Offer Classes On Marijuana. LSU Plans to Grow It.
A number of prominent state universities have launched programs to prepare students for the legal cannabis industry.
Thomas Jefferson University Receives $3 Million Marijuana Research Grant
Although more than half of US states have legalized marijuana for medical use only now is the nation's first research facility for medical marijuana opening.