Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Nanoco Group Plc 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
  -0.35p -2.89% 11.75p 11.75p 12.00p 12.00p 11.50p 12.00p 682,299 09:50:20
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.3 -7.4 -2.2 - 34.00

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16/7/2019
21:32
And it 2 days 1 retweet and 2 likes. The clip does look good.
mrplay
16/7/2019
16:09
Interesting tweet from Plessey that demonstrates their superior colour gamut hTTps://twitter.com/plesseysemicon/status/1150744799777042432?s=21
nigwit
16/7/2019
11:39
I guess the directors only did what everyone else would have done? Hardly likely to shout from the rooftops ... although the mere act of selling should have been noted? Plus Trump issues and Apple problems had always been evident.Sp seems to go along in waves - giving a risky chance of recouping some losses. Not ideal though.Hopefully once the dust settles, news will help.
jfacwc
16/7/2019
11:15
Dropping day on day- I wonder if one of the II's has got an advanced heads up on any Rohs decision?
andycapped
16/7/2019
10:26
Syd you don’t think three directors knew that the US customer cancelled then all sold stock do you. I mean why would you sell two thirds of your shares if your company was about to release the new Apple iPhone camera. Maybe just coincidence. After all that would be illegal.
mrplay
16/7/2019
00:06
ME knew the outcome and sold a few months ago but Bagpuss67 is still hopefull of getting £1.50 he paid for them 🤣😭.
syd7777
15/7/2019
15:20
hTTps://youtu.be/G96xPzmWZXc James Burke recently on nanotechnology. He’s got a remarkable track record of correctly predicting the future. More funding from Manchester University perhaps? ————- hTTps://www.anandtech.com/show/14557/nvidias-gsync-ultimate-mini-led-monitors-from-acer-asus-later-in-2019 Also intriguing. Perhaps the final specs are dependent on RoHS.
nigwit
14/7/2019
09:36
Anybody's guess, although perhaps the BOD and II's know more? Display may finally make it and save the day. Much depends on the Rohs decision I think, but that's just a guess on my part.
andycapped
14/7/2019
09:23
Fund raise or asset sale. What will it be? And at what price?
bagpuss67
14/7/2019
08:32
Good information Nigwit. Unless the displays start to appear however, I can’t see the Plessey contract generating any major revenue in the next year or two, as the tech still looks embryonic. The company has a 7-8m hole in its finances to fix.
andycapped
11/7/2019
21:51
Here’s more on Plessey confirming they are using QDs now. “Plessey uses quantum dots (QD) to achieve full color combining blue source with red and green QDs. However, if Micro LED pixels are smaller than 5μm, current QD materials will not be able to apply. During the presentation, Dr. WeiSin Tan, Director of Epitaxy and Advanced Product Development, also shared the latest progress of Plessey. Its 0.7-inch Micro LED display can achieve a resolution of 1080*1920 with a pixel pitch of only 8μm.” Source hTTps://www.ledinside.com/news/2019/7/microledforum_2019_highlights_2
nigwit
11/7/2019
20:57
The new patents keep coming too. Naasani alone had three approved in June. hTTps://patents.justia.com/inventor/imad-naasani “One aspect of the present invention is a nanoparticle that is rendered compatible with oxygen-excluding matrices, such as epoxy resins. " hTTps://patents.justia.com/patent/10329479
nigwit
11/7/2019
20:44
Good evening pessimists. According to this database on TFT Central AUO are just going starting production of several AMVA monitors that they specify as having 90% DCI-P3 colour gamut. This is the same specification as the ASUS 35” Quantum Dot monitor reviewed recently so it’s a fair bet they share the same technology and QDs. Importantly, last year’s cadmium-based QDs from AUO gave a wider gamut of 95%. I can’t think of any logical reason to offer a lesser specification other than a change to Cadmium-free QDs so, in turn, this logically implies that AUO are getting ready for the RoHS cadmium ban to take effect. hTTps://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/monitor_panel_parts. hTTps://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/asus_rog_swift_pg35vq.htm It may be worth noting that 1. Nanosys claim a higher DCI-P3 for their heavy metal-free dots (check their website). And 2. Wah Hong’s shares are looking perky with no news on anything else to suggest a reason. hTTps://www.bloomberg.com/quote/8240:TT Wah Hong aren’t a big business. By my maths their MCap of 2.67bn Taiwanese Dollars comes to less than £70m so the QD market in display could be as significant to them as it is to Nanoco. Please join the dots for yourselves. There may be nothing in it.
nigwit
11/7/2019
06:48
They may secures another roll of the dice if Lombard decide to fund it rather than sell the IP. IMHO. But personally I think the price will be high of this support.
bagpuss67
10/7/2019
11:57
Andycapped re your post 19649, I think the 'big guys stepping on Nano IP' may have been Dyson with their new lighting products. Dyson were describing the cad free QDs in their new lighting products as something like CFQD (ie a Nanoco trademark). I noticed it on the Dyson lighting website at the time and did briefly get excited that the use of a Nanoco trademark meant they were using Nanoco dots. Sadly it seems they were just a using a term they shouldn't be using (cos it's Nano's IP), which has now been removed.
sd_anon
10/7/2019
11:43
I don't recall mentioning that Nanoco have had it, but there's much talk of why the shares aren't recovering as some predicted, and I'm pointing out the reasons why I think that is the case. Nanoco are in a much more precarious position since the Apple contract was rescinded, and that is reflected in investors confidence. As PI's we simply don't know what is going on behind the scenes. We may get some more clarity in the end of year report, but I wouldn't bet on it going by past form.
andycapped
10/7/2019
11:04
Activmojo. Agreed. Not in great shape to maintain the IP base at present. Need recapitalising or selling up. IMHO
bagpuss67
10/7/2019
11:03
Thanks Andy.Must admit I can't quite share your efforts to remind us that nano has very little hope of survival, sorry.It breeds support from all around.Not that I shouldn't know better, of course....Too many anomalies, so I remain optimistic.
jfacwc
10/7/2019
11:02
Buywell roughly 1 year. Although not clear how restructuring costs and savings impact that
bagpuss67
10/7/2019
10:56
IP is a double edged sword. You have to protect it and that can expensive, if you don't or can't afford to then it doesn't matter how many you have they become worthless.
activmojo
10/7/2019
10:46
How much cash have these got left And how long will it last with no orders comin in ?
buywell3
10/7/2019
10:42
No. What I was referring to there was the interim update back in April, not any subsequent RNS's.
andycapped
10/7/2019
10:30
Andy, has there been some other update since the 19th June? Must have missed it.
jfacwc
10/7/2019
10:03
Even if they scaled back operations, they still need a certain amount of revenue, and can't see present income generating enough to keep even a small one lab set-up solvent. Meanwhile the competition isn't sleeping. Last update they mentioned some big guys had stepped on some of their IP. I wonder who that was, and what it was?
andycapped
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