The E-Research Foundation (ERF) is a non-profit foundation designed to be a collective funding portal. As such, ERF will provide financial assistance to researchers seeking to advance independent peer-reviewed and published scientific research focused on electronic vapor products (electronic cigarettes) and their use. ERF is seeking 501(c)(3) status.
Third quarter figures are in, and the stock market analysts at The Motley Fool report that Blu makers Lorillard have dealt with plummeting sales of cigarettes, and loss of e-cig market share to rival Altria and soon-to-be parner Reynolds, is to raise prices. Does that sound like typical Big Tobacco policy? You can say that again!
For several years now, vaping advocates have been pointing out that sensible policies of "harm reduction" would save lives in the war against smoking deaths...
I'm going to keep this brief because, believe it or not, I don’t really like bringing up politics with a large group of people who may have different views than mine. And while this isn’t exactly like talking politics at a dinner party, the vapor community is actually a pretty big crowd...
Evolv’s President Daniel Ward and Chief Engineer, John Bellinger, spoke with me about their latest chipset, the radical DNA40, the future of the electronic cigarette industry, and the regulatory impact of Ebola.
The health department of the city of Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, the other China (the one that didn't invent e-cigarettes) has issued its first report on vaping products, which are illegal under the Pharmaceutical Affairs Act, according to Commissioner Lin Chi-hung.