When scientists and politicians talk about climate change they almost always refer to “clean energy” — Denise Allen suggests we now start talking about “clean crops”. The Labor Government’s policy of pricing carbon is the cheapest way to get big polluters to reduce their pollution output. With the advent of the introduction of the $10 […]

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  Technical Spotlight of EJN issue 38-3by Yury M. Morozov, Martin H. Dominguez, Luis Varela, Marya Shanabrough, Marco Koch, Tamas L. Horvath and Pasko Rakic Anti-cannabinoid type 1 receptor (CB1) polyclonal antibodies are widely used to detect the presence of CB1 in a variety of brain cells and their organelles, including neuronal mitochondria. Surprisingly, we […]

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  Technical Spotlight of EJN issue 38-3by Yury M. Morozov, Martin H. Dominguez, Luis Varela, Marya Shanabrough, Marco Koch, Tamas L. Horvath and Pasko Rakic Anti-cannabinoid type 1 receptor (CB1) polyclonal antibodies are widely used to detect the presence of CB1 in a variety of brain cells and their organelles, including neuronal mitochondria. Surprisingly, we […]

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OKLAHOMA CITY – State Sen. Johnson will host a public education and awareness event at the State Capitol on Sunday from 1-4 p.m. on the science of medical marijuana, also known as cannabididol or CBD treatment. Featured speakers will include experts in the use of medical marijuana, including Josh Stanley native Oklahoman as well as […]

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Share this: Comments() Email Print 0 Will homegrown marijuana remain legal for medical marijuana patients? (Photo: Getty Images.) When three state agencies published a list of recommendations for the Washington Legislature to consider the next time it tackles medical marijuana, alarms went off in the besieged medical cannabis community. Chief among the concerns was that […]

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