Future Cannabis Project
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You, Too, Can be a Patent Stalker - Intro to "Public PAIR"

You’ll have all of the steps in the process from when the patent application was first filed until it was allowed, or abandoned

Patent Application Information Retrieval

Why Open-Source in Cannabis Genetics Doesn't Work - And How to Fix It

Legal Recourse is the Essential Stick to Accompany the Open-Source Carrot

OPEN SOURCE WITHOUT ANY RECOURSE AGAINST VIOLATORS IS JUST AN HONOR SYSTEM

Business Transparency, Accountability, Trustworthiness

Know Thy Partner & Don't be a D!c$

The cannabis industry is moving from handshakes to legal agreements.

When Monkeys Hurl Feces

MOB Mentality

The rich get richer while the have nots tear each other apart.

Dear FDA: You Can Do It! Here’s How. 

The Drug Price Competition and Patent Term Restoration Act

A Hatch-Waxman Act Model for Cannabis

Cannabis: The New Vanilla

Plant based cannabinoids are going to face price pressures from synthetic cannabinoids from yeast and other sources.

Synthetic and Biosynthetic Cannabinoids are coming.

Fixing Plant IP Confusion

UPOV Plant Breeders’ Rights in the US are only available under the USDA (PVPA) and only cover seed-propagated plants.

Humboldt County Gives Contradictory Explanations for Code Enforcement

County sheriff says cannabis code enforcement actions are complaint-driven; Building and Planning Department says they are active-enforcement driven.

National Guard helicopters circling Humboldt County.

Cannabis Breeding, Genetics, Patents and IP

Team Defense Against Patent Trolls, Big Ag, and Big Canna

How do small breeders and cultivators come together to protect the community from bad actors

Snack Time!

Data shows sales of snacks increase in cannabis-legal states.

Munchies on the rise.

Can I Patent a Chemotype?

How hard it would be to get a valid chemotype patent

To patent a chemotype, the first requirement would be that such a chemotype NEVER EXISTED before as a product of nature

CBD, Superbug Killer?

New research out of Australia identifies cannabis as a potential weapon against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.

Almost unnoticed among the multitude of presentations made during ASM Microbe—the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology, which ended Monday in San Francisco—was research presented Sunday out of Australia indicating the “surprising” effectiveness of cannabis as a powerful antibiotic. Mark Blaskovich, senior research chemist at the University of Queensland’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience’s […]

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