Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.75p +1.89% 40.50p 40.50p 40.75p 41.00p 39.75p 40.50p 263,688.00 16:35:13
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.5 -12.6 -4.5 - 96.48

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19/2/2017
07:47
Syd..... what??
hardrider8
18/2/2017
08:25
syd, you need to put more water with it
notimpressed
18/2/2017
03:54
I will not tolerate hackers and I know who you are and you are blocked on my FB and messenger.Hardrider8!
syd7777
18/2/2017
01:46
It doesn't work for Cd-free dots.
balaura
17/2/2017
20:14
It's all batch or semi automated and in the long term not able to invigorate the industry.True scale is tonnage which is attainable through" FLOW CHEMISTRY" not batch. "Flow chemistry is the pumping of a continuous flow of dissolved reaction mixture through a reactor. ... Performing chemistry this way leads to a number of advantages over standard batch processes." hxxp://thalesnano.com/flow-university/how-flow-chemistry-can-benefit-you
ih_169538
17/2/2017
20:14
Lets hope it wasn't built by Harland and Wolff! I don't believe you can be forced to sell shares, and any bidder would have to make an offer that is acceptable and attractive to the majority of shareholders to be successful. Bearing mind many shareholders probably bought in at multiples of the present price, I would say a bid would have to be of a decent amount to stand a chance of being taken seriously.
andycapped
17/2/2017
18:39
If another company were to make a bid for nanoco, what would happen to the current shareholders?
mrplay
17/2/2017
15:55
Minsky, apposite and succinct. Lets hope nanoco read this bb and take on board the views being expressed.
notimpressed
17/2/2017
15:53
Not 100% sure Nanosys win contracts on performance quality alone. So far mostly they have been winning because they just went to a 10% royalty commission model and licensed the production out to 5-6 companies (3M, Hitachi, Hansol, etc.). Whereas Nanoco had a 25% commission with Dow, so were comparatively expensive. Plus Nanosys don't have any CFQD do they? Only "lower cadmium".
luxaeterna1
17/2/2017
15:47
Its not just price. Visual and physical quality and reliability are probably just as important. For a company whose products emit light, they're doing a good job of keeping us in the dark.
minsky
17/2/2017
15:47
on a casual glance basis, the nanosys offering at ces was superior to nanoco's presence by a country mile. it does n't matter how good the product, without effective marketing it will flounder.
notimpressed
17/2/2017
15:14
Sooo, the question is, does the 'cold reactor' Nanoco process work out cheaper and more scalable than the Nanosys/Samsung production system?
luxaeterna1
17/2/2017
14:50
As usual - who knows what's going on. Nanosys claim they are supplying Hisense. But who knows. Hisense could be dual-sourcing. hTtP://www.nanosysinc.com/in-the-news-archive/2017/1/9/hisense-launches-several-quantum-dot-tvs-with-nanosys-technology-at-ces-2017
minsky
17/2/2017
14:31
hxxp://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1485257215
wjs81
17/2/2017
14:30
Mr play - the Hisense uses 3m qdef (Nanosys) I believe (as does Sharp's 9000 series)
howl01
17/2/2017
14:26
That's right notimpressed, you've been reiterating that same point on revenue in just about every post you've made since creating that rather witty pseudonym. I think we all acknowledge your extremely valid point but in the absence of their sales ledger it's clearly going to be a waiting game.
wjs81
17/2/2017
14:21
People getting excited about a Sept16 article and another a month old. 7-8million revenue coming soon ..... really?
mr.oz
17/2/2017
14:15
I would think we'd be into the 2020's before QD's find their way into medical applications. It will be display that makes the money initially at least.
andycapped
17/2/2017
14:05
Check out chatter on lse. Looks like a Hisense tv release soon. If true why do nanoco never release info. This could be the first production model. Finally. But why do they stay quiet.
mrplay
17/2/2017
13:55
Think how many years it has taken to commercialise Display.R&D must continue into other applications, but it's fruits in the medical arena are far from ripe and are likely to be many years away still.
onething
17/2/2017
13:48
wjs , you are correct, but without income from display they will be facing an uphill struggle to survive.
notimpressed
17/2/2017
12:54
did I see a sudden twitch in the corpse?
tonsil
17/2/2017
12:35
On the 10th Feb 2017, Nanoco registered all of the following domain names: Nanocolifesciences.com/.co.uk Nanocols.com/.co.uk Medicalvivodots.com/.co.uk Biocompatibledots.com/.co.uk Biovivodots.com/.co.uk Nanocovivodots.com/.co.uk It's not just about the TV's, this is far from a dead duck......
wjs81
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