Why spend hours hunched over a table nudging buds into baggies when you could get a robot to do it for you?
Israel, a leader in marijuana research and health technology, is attracting international investment as it tries to position itself as a cutting-edge exporter in the rapidly-growing market for medical-grade cannabis.
While marijuana is increasingly recognized for its medicinal and therapeutic effects, prescribing the drug—”take two hits and call me in the morning”—has long been a tricky proposition for doctors.
As cannabis use becomes normalized, the tech industry is finally starting to innovate the seed to weed growing process.
Radient Technologies has applied for a federal license to apply its extraction technology to pot growing.
OK. So it’s not a tester job, duh, but Confident Cannabis is looking for front and backend developers in San Francisco and this is actually a chance to be part of a pretty cool social experiment, as much as being close to the green stuff.
Engineers developing a breath-based ketone sampler for diabetics have switched gears to produce a hand-held marijuana breath analyzer just as our federal government begins to explore legalization.
Four years ago BioTrackTHC, which is based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., had fewer than 20 customers for its “seed to sale” marijuana tracking software.
Introducing the CannaCloud, not to be confused with your coffee thermos.
Dutch company E-Njoint has developed a smokeless and flameless electronic cannabis vaporizer in the shape of a real joint.