Agenda includes panel conversations and speeches as industry reacts to legal weed.
The professor considered the grandfather of medical marijuana research has spoken of his lifelong fascination with the chemistry of the cannabis plant – and revealed he has never smoked a joint.
With legalization of marijuana, there’s a need for product standards similar to wine industry, says prof.
Bingo was never that interesting.
McMaster says it worried grad student Halima Hatimy didn’t understand the risks.
There might be something special about grandma’s latest batch of brownies.
North Carolina wants to know if marijuana could one day replace tobacco as a cash crop.
For the stoners who don’t burn through all their weed in a timely fashion
The Ministries of Agriculture and Health will provide NIS 8 million in funding for 13 medical cannabis studies.
Cannabis coaching is as much a gig about growing as it is about people – and Natalie Carver wouldn’t have it any other way.