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A California tech team claims to have the solution for measuring pot intake.
The power of simulated sunlight is showing remarkable results in growing cannabis.
With help from Microsoft, Kind Financial is building infrastructure for legal marijuana, from the farm to the dispensary.
Technology has taken center stage at a trade show in Silicon Valley. But the industry of focus is not software, gadgets or the cloud. It's weed.
Under the city’s program, the grow gets 100% of its power from renewable sources, a trend that could see a big upward swing in other markets depending on how much electrical demand indoor grows begin to account for in coming years.
A Vancouver startup company is betting it can provide a high-tech solution to help legal medical cannabis growers deal with plant waste, as their production expands to accommodate the recreational market.
Technology in the cannabis industry is fast and furious. The innovation is incredible.
When Eaze, a cannabis delivery app, first began its battle in 2014 to win over the hearts and minds of California lawmakers, executives at the young startup didn't know they sat on a powerful secret weapon: grandma and grandpa.
Silicon Valley is no stranger to cannabis culture, so it's no surprise that tech companies are driving innovation in the pot world. And guess what? They've got some seriously impressive products.
While it’s no secret, consistency is key to producing a quality cannabis crop with the maximum yield possible, maintaining consistency can be challenging as the business grows.
  On July 1, 2018, changes to federal legislation are set to open up an already liberal marketplace, putting Canada on the cusp of fully legalizing cannabis for recreational purposes – countrywide. 
A Canadian company has filed a technology patent for the production of beer brewed from cannabis, using a method that sees the grains traditionally used to make beer completely replaced with marijuana.
The lucrative legal cannabis industry is now utilizing advanced technology solutions such as 3D printing.
Whether you prefer vaporizer pens, salves, infused edibles, or elixirs, chances are that you have sampled a product that was produced using carbon dioxide (CO2) supercritical fluid extraction technology.
The Puffco Peak and other high-tech tools help legal marijuana flourish in the face of mainstream apprehension.
You can’t print your own strain of marijuana, but 3D printing on the molecular level does give the cannabis industry a very remarkable and lucrative business path to pursue.