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How One Professor Is Using Colorimetric Analysis to Broaden Cannabis Research

Health, wellness, and pharmacological benefits put cannabis on the map, but the industry suffers from a lack of transparency, limited human clinical studies, and regulatory confusion and contradictions. And although analytical technology has broadened scientists’ ability to identify and quantify different types of cannabinoids, Dr. Andrea Holmes—professor of chemistry at Doane University in Crete,

By |2019-10-02T12:14:12-07:00September 9th, 2019|Press|Comments Off on How One Professor Is Using Colorimetric Analysis to Broaden Cannabis Research

Nebraska University Is Latest School To Offer Cannabis Courses For Career-Minded Professionals

A private Nebraska university is the newest school to offer a training program for students interested in careers in the cannabis industry. This fall, Doane University will launch an online three-course program entitled “Cannabis Science and Industries: Seeds to Needs,” according to a school press release. Designed by cannabis industry experts and academics with advanced degree credentials,

By |2019-10-02T12:15:03-07:00August 13th, 2019|Press|Comments Off on Nebraska University Is Latest School To Offer Cannabis Courses For Career-Minded Professionals

Hemp Family Tree and Cannamimetics

Hemp Family Tree and Cannamimetics Cannamimetics simply means following Mother Nature’s lead. It is well known and extensively researched that during a hemp plant’s growth, various enzymatic, oxidation, photochemical and other bioprocesses produce cannabinoids and other bioactive compounds, transforming them during the course of the plant’s growth cycle. At harvest there are well over

By |2019-08-19T13:53:11-07:00June 20th, 2019|PPM News|Comments Off on Hemp Family Tree and Cannamimetics