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Project CBD Latest: Rare cannabis compounds and promiscuous CBD

It's time for another batch of Project CBD columns . Each column covers a theme in cannabis/cannabinoid science and reviews and contextualizes some recent research. The goal is not only to highlight some of the latest and greatest findings, but also to cover the field itself in a more meta sense. The first of this batch is titled " Beyond CBD & THC: Kynurenine, Kynurenic Acid & More " and was published on April 27. The second, titled " CBD, the Promiscuous Cannabinoid ," came on May 11.

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Quick one: Estuary News Pearl on SF Bay/Delta fish surveys and "catchability"

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The world's first independent, third-party chemical screening and certification program for disposable foodware

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The One-Two-Three Punch: Exposure, Susceptibility, and Disease Burden among U.S. Populations of Color

Three short articles in new Sonoma mag issue: Electric tractors, the Carbonator, California poppies, and honeybee swarms

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