the University of Colorado haS designed and built a mobile laboratory that will allow them to study the effects of dabs — doses of high-potency, concentrated cannabis — with a three-year, $839,500 grant from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment.
Because CU receives federal funding and marijuana remains illegal under federal law, the researchers in CU's Institute of Cognitive Science can't handle cannabis or provide it to study participants. Though voters approved legalized marijuana in 2012, the researchers also can't be in the same room as their research subjects while they consume cannabis products.
But, in the name of science, the researchers came up with a workaround.
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