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Can You Buy Brains? Introducing Smart Drugs

College and university is an incredibly stressful time of your life. You’ve just finished high school where you were one of, if not, the smartest kid in school. Straight A’s came easy to you, your GPA was off the charts...

Breaking Convention’s First Annual Psychedelic Research Awards

The biennial conference and psychedelic research charity Breaking Convention is proud to announce that they are opening nominations for their First Annual Research Awards. They will be giving four awards of £500, one each for best published Scientific, Social Science, Humanities...

Psychedelic Press Journal – 2014 Vol.5 – is now out!

As our longest night approaches here in the UK, thoughts are beginning to dwell more on 2015, but before they take up permanent residence, our final journal publication of 2014 must make its appearance. Slightly delayed – apologies for copies not reaching homes before...

European Union Bans New Wave of Research Chemicals

European Union Bans New Wave of Research Chemicals

The European Commission has banned four noval psychoactive substances (NPS) usually referred to as research chemicals: Methoxetamine, AH 7921, 25I-NBOMe and MDPV. This decision has come after an investigation by Europol and the European Monitoring Centre for Drugs and Drug...

Psychedelics: A Political Science

When various State governments and international bodies made d-Lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD), and numerous other psychedelic drugs, illegal in the mid-1960s, they single-handedly ended medical research and, apparently, politicised the psychedelic experience. Now, after a 40 year hiatus, human research...

London Real TV presents: Psychedelics as Medicine – Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris

London Real TV presents: Psychedelics as Medicine – Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris

London Real TV presents: Dr. Robin Carhart-Harris of Imperial College London talks about the effects of Psilocybin & MDMA and how they could be used to help with depression and addiction, his controversial colleague Professor David Nutt who claimed Cannabis...

Registration Is Now Open for Psychedelic Science 2013

SECOND INTERNATIONAL PSYCHEDELIC SCIENCE CONFERENCE SHARES LEADING RESEARCH RESULTS WITH BROAD AUDIENCES Registration Is Now Open for Psychedelic Science 2013 in Oakland, Calif., April 18-23, 2013 Psychedelic Science 2013 presents the world’s leading psychedelic research in a three-track conference and...

The Action of Ketamine on Brains and Society

Unlike any other Class C drug ketamine is responsible for more poorly constructed equine jokes than seems necessary. However, a recent report in the UK suggests there has been decrease in low grade heroin usage in favour of ketamine. (A...

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