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Track 1. Cannabis:
Cannabis refers to a group of three plants with psychoactive properties known as Cannabis sativa, Cannabis indica, and Cannabis ruderalis. Cannabis a drug derived from the family of plants that includes hemp. Cannabis can be smoked or eaten. Use of cannabis produces a mild sense of euphoria, as well as impairments in judgment and lengthened response time.
Track 2. Hemp Science:
The Hemp Science focuses on the development of specific skills to understand plant breeding and genetics; hydroponic and field crop production; processing; food, fiber and medicinal applications; and product development. Hemp, cannabis plant cultivated for its useful bast fiber and nutritious edible seeds.
Track 3. Bioengineering of Cannabis:
Cannabis bioengineering generally involves the use of genetic modifications to scale up the production process of cannabis and its extracts. Cannabinoids such as THC, CBD, and several others present in the cannabis plant matrix only exist in small quantities. This makes it unfit for use on an industrial scale especially in terms of the pharmaceutical use
Tracks and Key Topics
- Track 1 : Cannabis
- Track 2 : Hemp Science
- Track 3 : Bioengineering of Cannabis
- Track 4 : Medical Cannabis
- Track 5 : Cannabis Strains
- Track 6 : Cannabis & Neuropsychology
- Track 7 : Phyto-cannabinoids
- Track 8 : Endocannabinoids
- Track 9 : Preclinical Pharmacology
- Track 10 : Cannabis Cultivation
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According to Markets and Markets, the cannabis market is estimated to be valued at USD 20.5 billion in 2020 and is projected to reach USD 90.4 billion by 2026, recording a CAGR of 28.0%, in terms of value. It is witnessing significant growth due to increasing legalization of cannabis across various regions. Also, the growth of this market can also be attributed to the increasing awareness among consumers regarding health benefits of cannabis and its growing medical application. Cannabis legalization is often viewed upon with dual perceptions wherein its legalization has been proven to be met with scepticism associated with possible abuse. Legalization of cannabis has allowed people to practice safe substance usage along with realizing its medicinal benefits. As a result of which, many countries are gradually legalizing the usage of cannabis across the globe. While most the countries across the globe have still not legalized the recreational use of cannabis, the approach to the usage and sales has been relaxed over the years. This has led to the Read more