ICBC: Using innovation, technology and research to improve cannabis

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Research is one of the most exciting and promising areas of the emerging international legal cannabis industry. For many years, cannabis research was significantly hampered by cannabis prohibition policies, but things have changed in recent years.

Although there are still many barriers to cannabis research, many governments around the world are now beginning to facilitate it. In some cases, governments are even taking the initiative to fund these efforts.

Everyone in the world will benefit from ongoing cannabis research, whether they realize it or not. One of the many examples would be the current research leading to the development of new cannabis-based medicines for suffering patients. If you are not one of these patients, you can assume that you know one or are related to him.

Cannabis research goes far beyond the creation of medical products. The way cannabis is grown, harvested, processed and infused into consumer products is more sophisticated today than at any time in human history, thanks to research, innovation and the development of emerging technologies.

Even the way cannabis is consumed is undergoing a technological revolution thanks to the constant efforts of inventors and innovators. New gadgets and new methods of consumption often hit the legal markets, and it’s amazing what people come up with.

Almost every aspect and sector of the emerging cannabis industry will continue to evolve in the years to come, creating new obstacles and new opportunities. This is one of the main topics to be discussed at the upcoming International Cannabis Trade Conference, to be held in Barcelona on March 9.

The round table entitled ” Using Innovation, Technology, and Research to Improve Cannabis (Using Innovation, Technology and Research to Improve Cannabis) will provide an overview of current cannabis industry trends and what panelists envision for the future from a cannabis ecosystem perspective. research and technology. The roundtable will be moderated by Natalia J. Lavie (Manager, Cannabis Hub) who will be joined by:

  • Ruben Valenzuela Moreno, co-founder of Cannabis Hub and technical director of Valenveras
  • Božidar Radišic, project manager and founder of Research Nature Institute
  • Carlos Ferreiro Vera, CEO of Phytoplant Research
  • Frank JP Houben, CEO of Aptus

The International Cannabis Business Conference is the premier series of B2B (business to business) cannabis events in the world, with previous conferences having taken place in multiple countries across multiple continents. This series of events is owned and operated by cannabis advocates who believe in celebrating cannabis culture, in addition to providing world-class cannabis industry education and networking opportunities.

The International Cannabis Business Conference has once again teamed up with Spannabis, Europe’s largest cannabis trade show, to create another super must-attend event for anyone serious about succeeding in the emerging cannabis industry.

Over 1,000 people from over 40 countries will be represented at the International Cannabis Trade Conference in Barcelona, ​​including representatives from all sectors of the industry as well as leading international cannabis decision-makers and industry service providers. Attend this super-event in Barcelona to connect with investors, entrepreneurs, industry regulators and international policy makers and move up a gear.

The International Cannabis Business Conference is also planning other events in Berlin in June 2023. Book your tickets now before the conferences sell out!

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