Possible results of GB Sciences, LSU marijuana research agreement? New strains, DNA banks, more

LSU and its medical marijuana partner GB Sciences have entered into an agreement for research and development under the university’s marijuana growing program.

The first batch of legal medical marijuana in Louisiana won’t be on the shelves until January at the earliest, two months later than hoped, wi…

The agreement, which was expected as part of LSU’s selection of GB Sciences through a competitive bid process, gives each party rights to “background intellectual property” during research and development projects, the company said Friday.

John Davis, president of GB Sciences Louisiana, said research at the marijuana growing facility could beget inventions like new

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