Day: October 4, 2019

Scientists disappointed by the budget set by the French government for research

Scientists disappointed by the budget set by the French government for research

In the coming year, the spending of the French government on research is expected to remain flat at nearly 7 billion dollars, an absolute disappointment to the researchers and scientists who give a statement that their President, as well as, Prime minister had the focus on the significance of the […]

A unique pathway proposed by Industry for Hemp-Derived Cannabidiol Products in Canada 

A unique pathway proposed by Industry for Hemp-Derived Cannabidiol Products in Canada

There has been the release of a submission by the Canadian Health Food Association today to Health Canada’s consultation on Prospective Market for Cannabis Health Products which would not be requiring practitioner Oversight. At present, in Canada, cannabis regulations ban the sale of Cannabidiol without a physician’s subscription or outside […]

The Cannabis industry is flourishing in Canada as a whopping $8.26B has been added to Canada’s GDP

The Cannabis industry is flourishing in Canada as a whopping $8.26B has been added to Canada’s GDP

The cannabis industry in Canada provided a gross domestic product of $8.26 billion in July, a constant upward trend over the $7.02 billion legalized cannabis leisure industry last October, according to fresh information released by Statistics Canada on Tuesday. Statistical data indicate that in the first 10 months of legalized […]

Old DNA links the Black Death to the Volga region of Russia

Old DNA links the Black Death to the Volga region of Russia

In the 14th century, as much as 60% of Europe’s population was wiped out by Black Death, spreading quickly from the coasts of the Black Sea to central Europe. Although historical records document its appearance in 1346 CE for the first time. In Russia’s reduced Volga region, researchers did not […]

Things to look for in the Canadian business world in the next week

Things to look for in the Canadian business world in the next week

Aviation confab: On Monday, The International Civil Aviation Organization will be continuing its triennial assembly in Montreal. The United Nations agency, which is holding a meeting in part for doing a discussion of ways for bringing a reduction in the environmental impact of the sector. The meeting on Friday was […]