May 3, 2022 – Dr. Raphael Mechoulam And Other Cannabis Scientists Attend CannMed 2022 Conference In Pasadena – CannMed, a yearly event to prioritize cannabis science, innovation and collaboration is getting underway in Pasadena, California May 3-5.

Apr 21, 2022 – Magic Mushrooms Have Over 80 Different Species—And Their DNA Is Now Available OnlineOver 42 million bases of the P. cubensis psychedelic mushroom genome were sequenced to fully cover all genes, as well as non-coding regions of the DNA.

March 1st, 2022 – Medicinal Genomics Salmonella and STEC E. coli Multiplex Assay Certified by AOAC – AOAC certified the Medicinal Genomics PathoSEEK® Salmonella and STEC E. coli multiplex assay. The platform now has more cannabis matrices accredited for Aspergillus, Salmonella, and STEC E. coli than any other product, according to a press release.

February 7th, 2022 – Medicinal Genomics Partners with MGI to Promote Automated Agricultural and Medicinal Testing – New collaboration yields genomic technology platforms dedicated to boosting throughput and accuracy.


May 13, 2022 – Cannabis Healthcare for the Nation: CannMed Returns – CannMed, the premium industry meeting for cannabis science run by Medicinal Genomics (the world leader in cannabis genetics and microbial detection), returned for its first in-person event in more than two years May 3-5, bringing scientists and thought leaders from around the planet to Pasadena, California, for three days of education, exhibiting and patient-focused networking.

Apr 28, 2022 – CannMed highlights advances in ‘Mother Nature’s pharmacy’ CannMed 2022 will bring together industry leaders, the latest innovations and research as well as the “father of cannabis research” to the Pasadena Convention Center Tuesday, May 3, to Thursday, May 5.

April 24, 2022 – Humboldt Grace Legacy Project Launches ‘Comprehensive White Paper’ – The Humboldt Grace Legacy Project (HGLP) is a collaborative working group founded by Lelehnia Dubois which seeks to defend, preserve and promote small, independent/craft farmers and breeders.

April 5, 2022 – Use of SureSelect NGS Panels for Genotype-to-Chemotype Classification in Cannabis sativa L. The genome of Cannabis sativa L. is about 900 Mb — 63 percent AT-rich and one-to-two percent polymorphic. Due to its size and repetitive nature, targeted sequencing approaches are desirable.