The six different studies will research impairment detection, the chemistry behind addiction and more.
Nearly $1 million in grants has been awarded to a variety of cannabis studies taking place in Colorado, including research into impairment, cultivation efficiency, and health benefits and risks of marijuana use.
The Colorado State University-Pueblo’s Institute of Cannabis Research (ICR) announced last week that $800,000 in school grants will fund six studies at CSU and University of Colorado campuses across the state. According to the ICR, the studies are now part of twenty ongoing cannabis research projects funded by the institute, which has published forty studies on marijuana and hemp since 2018.
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