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  • COVID-19 Update: Remote Operations in Effect

     

    Until further notice, CSU Pueblo is serving our students and the public in a remote model.

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Research Vendor Expo

ICR Conference 2020 is a multidisciplinary conference connecting cannabis researchers and professionals from across the U.S. and internationally. It attracts 400–500 attendees for a three-day exploration of new cannabis knowledge and innovations that improve lives and contribute to science, medicine, and society.

ICR 2020 will feature a 2-day Research Vendor Expo with opportunities for research organizations to serve as a sponsor for the conference. Exhibiting at ICR 2020 offers you the opportunity to become a vital part of this emerging research field. Connect with medical professionals, university researchers, private industry, and public policy officials in need of laboratory services, laboratory instrumentation and equipment, data analysis software, and identify outlets for dissemination research results.

If you are a business or organization that provides tools or services to support the research needs of those working in the burgeoning area of cannabis research, you are invited join ICR 2020 as part of the Research Vendor Expo or Conference Sponsor. There is no better time or place to connect with cannabis experts actively conducting and planning new research ventures.

For more information or to apply to be a sponsor or exhibitor please review the Research Sponsor & Exhibitor Prospectus.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Brian Vanden Heuvel or Sang Hyuck Park at icr@csupueblo.edu.

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Campus Safety: Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We have a number of individuals working on a plan to ensure that we are prepared to take care of our students and employees in the event our campus is directly impacted by the coronavirus.

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