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Argentina invests $106 million in cannabis research projects

The Ministry of Science in Argentina will invest more than $106 million in 13 projects for the development of medical cannabis aimed at generating knowledge and advances on the properties of the plant and its derivatives, clinical and/or industrial uses, and the associated social and cultural aspects.

In this first stage, funding was approved for the first 13 projects, of which 11 correspond to scientific research and 2 to associative projects between the scientific-technological system and national and provincial governments, municipalities, civil society organizations, NGOs, and cooperatives.

The investment of $106,134,988 will be distributed among the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, Province of Buenos Aires, La Pampa, Mendoza, Santa Fe, and Chubut.

The participating institutions are the Conicet, the Universidad de Buenos Aires, the Universidad Nacional del Litoral, and the Universidad Nacional de Hurlingham.

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