If you’re having trouble tracking the acquisitions, joint-venture agreements and other announcements in the cannabis industry, you’re probably not alone.
It’s almost as if cannabis companies are trying to outdo each other, such is the sheer volume of news coming out every day.
The latest is Aurora’s acquisition of BC-based Anandia Labs. The deal was completed and announced today.
It’s a smart move.
A global leader in cannabis genomics and breeding, Anandia has no less than 450 cannabis gene types in its collection and holds a growing list of intellectual property assets.
The company’s expertise in genomics speeds up plant breeding, too.
World renowned Anandia co-founder and accomplished scientist and inventor, Dr. Jonathan Page, has 37 peer-reviewed publications to his name and is a frequent lecturer on cannabis science at international confere
“Cannabis 2.0 is on its way,” said Dr. Page, in reference to today’s announcement.
Aurora CEO Terry Booth said: “For years, Jon and his team have been on the cutting-edge of plant-based developments in the cannabis industry, and this acquisition will now allow us to leverage our deep repository of data on the efficacy of cannabis-based therapies.”