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The Psychedelic Sensor

A breakthrough at UC Davis may help to discover new non-hallucinogenic psychedelics.

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Researchers have developed a new tool to discover the hallucinogenic potential of novel drug compounds. This tool comes at a time where an increasing number of researchers and investors are interested in utilising the pharmacological action of psychedelics to treat mental health, without their classic subjective effects.




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Evan Lewis-Healey

Evan Lewis-Healey

PhD student at Cambridge University. Studying the cognitive neuroscience of altered states of consciousness | Writer for Psychedelic Spotlight

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