Thanks To Alumna Donation Colorado State University Establishing Cannabinoid Research Center
Colorado State University is planning on establishing a new cannabinoid research center thanks to the $1.5 million gift from an alumna. This gift will go towards funding research, operating expenses, and more. Leslie Buttorff is the donor and alumna behind the gift.
The CSU researchers will be able to conduct more research on hemp along with testing products developed by Panacea Life Sciences, which is owned by Buttorff. The center is expected to be set in the College of Natural Sciences and is likely to research about the hundreds of different cannabinoids in hemp.
While there will be plenty of research going on, the main project will be around isolating cannabinoids. This will also allow them to study how it could be effectively utilized in different medical uses. Panacea Life Sciences develops THC-free CBD products for both humans and pets. Another aim of the center is to concentrate not only on CBD and THC but on other cannabinoids as well.
Reynolds said after the announcement was made earlier this week, she received dozens of emails from undergraduate and graduate students who are excited about the new facility and would like to be part of the research.
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