Harvard University received a $16 million donation from the Gracias Family Foundation to launch an interdisciplinary program focusing on psychedelic drugs.

The Study of Psychedelics in Society and Culture, which will include convening faculty, students and experts from Harvard Law School, the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and Harvard Divinity School, seeks to transform the psychedelics research landscape by producing cutting-edge scholarship to engage in discussion around psychedelics’ far-reaching implications, according to a report in The Harvard Gazette, the news website for the university.

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