On the wall above his desk, there’s a framed ticket from a Grateful Dead concert. On the other side of the room, there’s blotter paper signed by the 1960s counterculture icon Ken Kesey. Lined up on the bookshelf are copies of half-century-old academic literature on LSD.
A UNC researcher, operating under a huge grant from DARPA, wants to remove hallucinations from psychedelics, in order to create a new class of antidepressants. This could get interesting.