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Past Conferences

The ICR 2017, 2018, and 2019 Conferences combined attracted more than 1,200 attendees and researchers from every field of cannabis research expertise. The forum included researchers from universities, representatives from government agencies, and a host of industry experts Presentations, panels, and posters covered the scientific, medical, industrial, legal, economic, and social elements of cannabis research.

To ensure the relevance and depth of content of the Institute of Cannabis Research Conference 2019, the conference committee solicited session proposals from external researchers to complement those from CSU Pueblo researchers, thus allowing the cannabis research community to help shape the conference program.

In addition, a significant vetting and review process was put in place to ensure high-quality and cutting-edge research studies and efforts. Another first for the ICR Conference is the inclusion of research sponsors and exhibitor opportunities geared toward better serving the research and industry community attendees as well as making the conference a more sustainable event.

The ICR Conference 2020  was virtual. This was the fourth annual edition of this event. The ICR at Colorado State University Pueblo and Oregon State University's Global Hemp Innovation Center were pleased to host researchers and attendees from every field of cannabis expertise. The conference was an ideal forum for researchers from universities, representatives from government agencies, and a host of industry experts to share the most recent advancements in the rapidly expanding arena of cannabis research. Presentations, panels, and posters covered the scientific, medical, industrial, legal, economic, and social elements of cannabis research.

The CRC Conference 2021 was virtual. This was our fifth annual edition of the event and our second co-hosted by the Oregon State University. The conference included over 100 presentations by more than 150 presenters with topics ranging from “Global Trends in Cannabis Science and Hemp Industry” to “Cannabis, the Brain, and Neurological Disease”. The CRC 2021 was supported by 33 generous sponsors. Much of the information about the conference can be found on the CRC 2021 website including the full program book. 

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