Over 1,600 attendees from 33 countries are gathering in downtown Oakland to demonstrate the successes, the strength, and the spirit of the new wave of psychedelic science and medicine.
By Brad Burge | Communications Director, MAPS
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Psychedelic Science 2013 starts tomorrow.
It is a genuinely historic moment.
At Psychedelic Science 2013, over 100 of the world’s leading researchers from 13 countries will present recent findings on the benefits and risks of LSD, psilocybin, MDMA, ayahuasca, ibogaine, 2C-B, ketamine, marijuana, and more, over three days of conference presentations, and two days of pre- and post-conference workshops.
Whether or not you’re joining us this time, here’s some pre-Psychedelic Science 2013 media coverage to get you excited:
- Popular Science | Why Doctors Can’t Give You LSD (But Maybe They Should)
- Santa Cruz Good Times | Power Plants: The Psychoactive Jungle Brew Plays a Starring Role in Psychedelic Science 2013
If you can’t make it to Oakland this time, you’ll still be able to view all conference lectures and workshops for free online at maps.org soon after the event.
Three-Day Conference and some Workshop tickets will be available onsite until capacity is reached.
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions about Conference Registration.
Psychedelic Science 2013 is presented by The Beckley Foundation, the Council on Spiritual Practices, the Heffter Research Institute, and the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS).