A Farewell to Cannabis Science and Technology

A Farewell to Cannabis Science and Technology

Meg L’Heureux Leaves Her Role as Editor-in-Chief

After four years of leading the editorial team of Cannabis Science and Technology, Meg L’Heureux has announced her departure from the role of editor-in-chief. She will be pursuing a new opportunity as the director of content for MJH Life Sciences, the parent company of Cannabis Science and Technology.

L’Heureux joined Cannabis Science and Technology in 2019, when the magazine was launched as the first publication dedicated to educating the legal cannabis industry about the science and technology of analytical testing, quality control, cultivation, extraction, and processing. Under her guidance, the magazine grew to become a trusted source of information and a platform for collaboration among cannabis scientists, researchers, and professionals.

L’Heureux expressed her gratitude and appreciation for the cannabis community in her farewell message, saying: “I am so thankful for the opportunity to have worked with such an amazing group of people who are passionate about advancing the science and technology of cannabis. I have learned so much from you and I hope that I have been able to contribute to your success and growth as well.”

She also thanked her colleagues, collaborators, and mentors for their support and inspiration, and wished them all the best for the future. She said: “I am proud of what we have accomplished together and I am confident that Cannabis Science and Technology will continue to thrive and serve the cannabis industry with excellence and integrity.”

A New Era for Cannabis Science and Technology

As L’Heureux leaves her role as editor-in-chief, Cannabis Science and Technology will enter a new era with a new editorial leadership. The magazine has announced that Joshua Crossney will take over as the interim editor-in-chief, effective immediately.

A Farewell to Cannabis Science and Technology

Crossney is the founder and president of CSC Events, LLC, the organizer of the Cannabis Science Conference, the world’s largest and most technical cannabis science expo. He is also a columnist and advisory board member for Cannabis Science and Technology, and a co-founder and board member of the Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision (CANN) of the American Chemical Society.

Crossney has extensive experience and expertise in the cannabis industry, especially in the areas of analytical testing, quality assurance, and research. He is a strong advocate for cannabis education, standardization, and collaboration, and has established many partnerships and initiatives to advance the cannabis science community.

Crossney said that he is honored and excited to take on the role of interim editor-in-chief, and that he looks forward to working with the editorial team and the cannabis industry to continue the legacy of Cannabis Science and Technology. He said: “I am grateful for the opportunity to lead this amazing publication and to serve the cannabis science community. I have a lot of respect and admiration for Meg and the work that she has done, and I hope to build on her achievements and vision. I also want to thank the readers, contributors, sponsors, and partners of Cannabis Science and Technology for their support and engagement, and I invite you to join me in this new journey.”

What to Expect from Cannabis Science and Technology in 2024

As Cannabis Science and Technology transitions to a new editorial leadership, the magazine will also undergo some changes and improvements to better serve the cannabis industry and its audience. Some of the plans and goals for 2024 include:

  • Expanding the scope and coverage of the magazine to include more topics and perspectives related to the science and technology of cannabis, such as genetics, biosynthesis, biotechnology, nanotechnology, sustainability, and social justice.
  • Increasing the frequency and quality of the print and digital content, including more original articles, interviews, features, columns, podcasts, webinars, and videos.
  • Enhancing the online presence and user experience of the magazine, including a new website design, improved navigation, and more interactive and multimedia elements.
  • Strengthening the collaboration and communication with the cannabis science community, including more opportunities for feedback, input, and participation from the readers, contributors, and partners of the magazine.
  • Supporting and promoting the cannabis science education, research, and innovation, including more scholarships, awards, grants, and events for cannabis scientists, students, and professionals.

Cannabis Science and Technology is committed to providing the cannabis industry with the latest updates, insights, and best practices on the science and technology of cannabis. The magazine welcomes and appreciates the continued support and involvement of its audience and stakeholders, and hopes to deliver more value and impact in 2024 and beyond.

By Benjamin Parker

Benjamin Parker is a seasoned senior content writer specializing in the CBD niche at CBD Strains Only. With a wealth of experience and expertise in the field, Benjamin is dedicated to providing readers with comprehensive and insightful content on all things CBD-related. His in-depth knowledge and passion for the benefits of CBD shine through in his articles, offering readers a deeper understanding of the industry and its potential for promoting health and wellness.

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