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TECHNOLOGY DRIVEN | CONSUMER HEALTH SOLUTIONS

EviTrade Health Systems is a Life Sciences company utilizing technology to deliver effective solutions with a higher degree of predictability and consistency

With a focus on the following areas, EVA seeks to develop projects that capitalize on the effect technology has on executing the Company’s vision.

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California and Colorado Team Up to Uncover the Genetics of Hemp

A new public-private partnership is mapping the genome of marijuana’s non-psychoactive cousin. A research group at the University of California-Davis has joined forces with a Colorado-based biotech firm, Front Range Biosciences, to create a genomic map for industrial hemp.

Botanists conduct first large-scale genetic study of marijuana

A study by Canadian researchers is providing a clearer picture of the evolutionary history and genetic organization of cannabis, a step that could have agricultural, medical and legal implications for this valuable crop.

Combining Cannabinoids with Radiotherapy Improves Cancer Outcomes

Cannabis Science Inc. has announced the second publication of its research results on the use of cannabinoids to treat various cancers. The peer-reviewed research article,

Why cereal crops are so drought-tolerant

Whether barley, wheat, maize or rice: The grass family includes all the major cereals. They are vital for feeding the world’s population. Farmers produce 80 percent of all plant-based foods from grass crops.

New take on early evolution of photosynthesis

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants, algae and some bacteria use the energy from the sun to power their metabolism. Plants and algae use this light energy to make sugars from water and carbon dioxide, releasing the oxygen that we breathe.

Plant breeders balance shared innovation, revenue

Crop breeding research and innovation requires funding. But funding — and revenue from the crops developed — is increasingly hard to obtain. In response, a group of plant breeders met to discuss best practices.