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|Yes, some clever stuff TP. Not sure I would want the grandkids bringing
these round on a regular basis though. :-)
|That's some pretty clever and cool stuff in that post 1997 link SG1.Worth checking out SG's link re the 'Audi TT brochure hack'Amazing they can do that sort of stuff and good to see companies like Audi taking it on.|
|Spoke with the CEO following the piece yesterday and suffice to say I felt it was very worthwhile.
Naturally I'm particularly excited about the Cambridge association and have to commend Billy on an excellent link.
Speaking of Cambridge and Shavian's question, I guess VRS is effectively a member, if not as yet officially there in black and white, given the alignment to Cambridge Graphene.
Nothing further to pen at present, but I do expect to revisit and add further in due course.|
|Must admit I don't get excited about shares and had a few hard lessons on AIM, so when people were posting 50p and double that I do tend to think yeah... right!
However, graphene did get me interested in VRS and to be fair NR did have a major coup in buying Cambridge Graphene, he must have gone there and hypnotized them?
Can't quite believe that they are aware of and have access to a process that will produce 100% GNP's, isn't that what the world has been waiting for?
Having bought lower down I don't feel like a bum who knows nothing about business any more and glad that the person who said that will not be able to buy at a discounted placing to 10p as they probably hoped.
Well done all PI's who saw the possibilities here and bought in before this news, you all deserve financial success and nobody more so than Neill Ricketts, well done Neill and don't let those money men talk cheap to you.
The boot is firmly on the other foot now.|
|I'm wondering why VRS is not yet a member or an associate of Graphene Flagship, the consortium funded by EU to promote research and commercialisation of graphene.
See membership list:
I note that HAYD is in there, and lots of links with Cambridge, but no VRS. Odd.
However, the Nokia spin-off Emberion OY has a UK subsidiary in Cambridge, and NR certainly has links with Prof Ferrari.
19.25p finish - exciting! No 4 on the ADVFN leader board...more...more..|
|Interactive paper. They mention Novalia.
Look at this from Novalia, just one example.
My digging revealed it was ready to go so I'm glad to see that spelt out by the main guy Ferrari.
Bu the big news within that it's it's own production method for the ink. I had questions about conductivity which are answered.
EG in the NGI ink post print it needed to be compressed.
Water based, ready to go, no changes to printing presses and the mention of rfids again.|
|All ready to go by the sounds of it.
Andrea Ferrari, Science and Technology Officer of the Graphene Flagship and Chair of its Management Panel, stated "This is an important conceptual advance, and will significantly help the innovation and industrialization goals of the Flagship. The fact that the process is already licensed and commercialized indicates how it is feasible to cut the time from lab to market even during the lifetime of the Flagship."|
|Well, it's nearly all out there now, just need orders and the sky is the limit!|
|excellent link billbyrne,thanks, enjoyed reading that one, lovely stuff!|
There is a lot of previously unknown detail re the ink and that article should help some get to grips with it.|
|'The novel method uses ultrahigh shear forces in a microfluidisation process to exfoliate graphene flakes from graphite. The process converts 100% of the starting graphite material into usable flakes for conductive inks,'
Sounds like they are having to use 3 in 1 oil on the pencil sharpeners now!|
|As you say superg1 exciting stuff, things are moving so quick at the
moment its hard to keep up. Looking forward to Friday that's for sure.|
|NO functionlisation needed it seems. Functionalisation is about additives.
"These high-yield inks contain a high concentration of chemically unmodified few-layer graphene, leading to excellent conductivity of the final printed material."|
I just found that too and it adds some good detail to the graphene ink. In fact not only is it about the ink but a new way to produce graphene for that specific ink.
High yield inks
These high-yield inks contain a high concentration of chemically unmodified few-layer graphene, leading to excellent conductivity of the final printed material. The inks also give an excellent sheet resistance below 2 Ω/sq, suitable for RFID antennas and electrodes in optoelectronic or energy storage devices. These inks are ideal for applications where low-cost is important.|
|MM's were stepping out of the way at the close!|
|Not sure if this has been posted, article on graphene ink.
|On the caution side we have absolutely no idea if Mclaren are going to add it to their F1 car and launch it this Friday. Not even VRS would have a clue
However all the song and dance about graphene and carbon fibre by them along with comments seems to point that way.
Whatever happens that further order is going into something.|
|There is a livestream so we can all watch|
|If true - that they looked at it then, that hints that graphene was probably acceptable then, so perhaps even more likely now - who knows?
Best wishes - Mike|
|Research on the petrol head sites strongly suggest a change of livery to orange.|
|Perhaps: "I'm now hearing..."?|
|It may not be in the F1 car but I'm sure we will find out at 11 am Friday. All the pointers suggest yes.
I'm not hearing through my new grapevine that Mclaren were thinking of using it 3 years ago with a hint they couldn't get it to work back then.|
|Just my weird humour but I smiled at the two on the offer..... SHOC and ARRR
PEEL right off the offer and on the bid so perhaps that supply is done. It tended to fit with the 2 million I suspected. Can't be sure there but that first large late trade number made it look like that supply.|