[Wired] The UK's radical club drug safety experiment is working – and now it's going high-tech
In the last two years, UK festivals have started to offer people the chance to check out what's really in their drugs. Now, advances in this emerging field could save even more lives.
At Kendal Calling in July 2017, blue ecstasy tablets in the shape of the Anonymous mask with a potentially lethal dose of an adulterant made their way into the festival. It did not contain any MDMA, the active compound in ecstasy tablets, but... [Read More]