Commencing countdown, engines on – Front Range Biosciences is sending hemp tissue culture samples on a space mission to study how gravity and space radiation can alter even expression.
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From consolidation to maturation: find out what Melissa Kuipers Blake thinks will be the biggest trends for the cannabis industry this year.
Taking place June 2–4, this conference will be about all things cannabis testing, from laboratory regulations to new technologies and method development.
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The beer maker admits its cannabis investments have hurt earnings but that this market position will be justified in the long run
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Rather than opening its market to the world as many insiders have expected, Israel is actually importing medical cannabis due to a national shortage. What gives?
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Leighton Wolff, president of GrowFit Analytics, illustrates how grow condition monitoring and data analytics is the best way to prevent mold and fungal infestation while increasing crop consistency and product quality.
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Taxes can give everybody a headache, but perhaps nobody’s tax headaches are bigger than in the cannabis industry. That’s because, when filing their taxes, plant-touching businesses must adhere to the Byzantine regulation of Internal Revenue Code Section 280E.
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By mitigating the potential for damaging effects of a food safety event, companies can prevent, or greatly lessen the impact, to both their reputation and public perception, as well as limit the financial liability and legal penalties.
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Direct marketing to consumers is lucrative, but at what cost? More companies are texting with their customers today more than ever – find out best practices below on how to avoid getting sued for texting.
Perry Johnson Laboratory Accreditation Inc. announced today they accredited the San Diego-based lab to ISO/IEC 17025.
The legislation passed the Senate Public Affairs Committee in a 4-3 vote.
Michael Sassano, chairman of the board for Somai Pharmaceuticals, discusses the news and its impact on both the Ireland-based holding company and the broader international market.
Cannabis businesses run a higher risk of facing a “D&O claim,” or a lawsuit aimed directly at the directors and officers of the company rather than at the company itself.
What we witnessed in 2019 and where we’re headed in 2020.
The report contains detailed information on proximate causes and provides recommendations for displacing the illicit market and minimizing potential for future public health issues.
Driven Deliveries will purchase Northern California-based cannabis distribution company, Humboldt Heritage Inc., and its subsidiaries, Humboldt Sun Growers Guild LLC and Grateful Eight LLC.
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on H.B. 1648 in early February.
Tahoe Hemp LLC is accusing the city of breaching a contract with the property’s former owner.
The deadline to introduce new legislation passed last week, and 21 new cannabis-related measures have been proposed in the House and Senate.
The tribe, one of the largest in the nation, wants to create a ‘well-informed policy’ regarding the use and cultivation of cannabis and hemp.
Funded by U.S. company Cannabics Pharmaceuticals, a firm focused on the development of cannabinoid therapies for cancer treatment, Israeli researchers have demonstrated the anti-tumor efficacy of CBG and CBC against human gastrointestinal cancer cell lines.
Cannabis cultivators can now pair the farm management, analytics and seed-to-sale capabilities of Trym with the companies' environmental control systems.
An initial drawdown of up to US$100 million is expected at the end of January, and the agreement includes a mutual option to increase to up to US$200 million.
The funding strengthens Aphria's cash balance pro forma to nearly $600 million.
Some of the legislation proposes changes to the state’s adult-use cannabis program, which has yet to open.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has revised his proposal to include new efforts related to regulation, taxation and encouraging illicit cannabis suppliers to join a legalize system.
The research center, dedicated to studying the chemical compounds in hemp, is expected to open this spring.
Sen. Raumesh Akbari has filed legislation that would allow retail sales and levy a 12% tax to support education and infrastructure.
The Massachusetts Legislature’s Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy voted to advance a bill that would more heavily regulate the agreements between municipalities and the cannabis businesses they host.
The state of New York seems on the cusp of legalizing recreational adult-use cannabis.