Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Scientific D. LSE:SDI London Ordinary Share GB00B3FBWW43 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.50p -1.25% 39.50p 39.00p 40.00p 40.00p 39.50p 40.00p 74,497 08:35:51
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 1.4 1.7 1.8 21.8 35.09

Scientific Digital Imaging Share Discussion Threads

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11/10/2018
15:02
Also topped up with another 90K shares today - for the long term. A solid, well run company.
edscoville
11/10/2018
14:34
Topped up today, hopefully no more drops
johnv
11/10/2018
09:14
Bargain time imo. Just £80k of trades have caused a 10% fall - some are getting ripped off by the MMs. The CFO and two other NEDs have now purchased shares within the last 2 weeks at 41p and above. This would seem to me to be a far more important signal than today's fall :o))
rivaldo
09/10/2018
17:36
V good news to see the Non-exec buy today. Good ol' Isabel Napper certainly not napping! :0))
cfro
09/10/2018
15:56
NED bought around 35k shares at a shade over 42p, around £15k. Not bad :0).
pireric
08/10/2018
07:19
SDI strong bolt on eps from the dealStrong rate of recruited radiologist all looks good.
nw99
03/10/2018
13:57
Thanks for that interview Rivaldo.
cfro
03/10/2018
12:37
An interview with Ken Ford re the new acquisition not posted before: Https://www.businessweekly.co.uk/news/hi-tech/scientific-digital-imaging-targets-new-global-markets-shrewd-acquisition Extract: "SDI chairman Ken Ford told Business Weekly the deal set up a great fit for global growth. He told me: “From our point of view it's a global exporting company with a niche product. “We believe we can increase sales and reduce costs of manufacture and opening up new territories thanks to our global distribution networks through this acquisition.” SDI is revelling in its own niche sector, focusing on the design and manufacture of scientific products for use in applications including life science, healthcare, astronomy, consumer manufacturing and art conservation. Ford revealed to Business Weekly earlier this year that SDI was hungry for more synergistic acquisitions with potential for growth. He said: “The Fistreem deal is a small but important step in our group acquisition strategy. Fistreem is another business that fits into the group and its brands. “The acquisition is in line with our previously announced acquisition strategy and is expected to be earnings enhancing in its first full year of ownership.”
rivaldo
02/10/2018
12:19
some chunky trades going through (some delayed). Activity and volume showing as increased. More exposure to come from presentation end of October.
noble3r
27/9/2018
12:06
All sells today yet the price remains steady looks like there may be some large orders to fill out there.
puffet
27/9/2018
07:34
Yes thanks I agree rivaldo after reading it again. I probably didn't emphasise the forward projections as much as I should have. Great little company and I'll be holding short, medium and long term.
michaelmouse
26/9/2018
23:09
Good spot hastings - glad I didn't read about the stool samples until after dinner.... Michaelmouse, nice write-up, though perhaps better to concentrate on (1) current year forecasts rather than prior year P/E's given both organic and acquisition-led growth, and (2) on how conservative future analyst forecasts are in terms of growth assumptions etc.
rivaldo
26/9/2018
18:25
Just my two penn'orth:- hTTp://michae1mouse.blogspot.com/ Thanks for posting your feedback from the AGM Hastings.
michaelmouse
26/9/2018
17:10
Also pleased to see the Director buys and this piece too https://www.synbiosis.com/news/major-london-hospital-uses-protocol-3-automated-colony-counter/
hastings
26/9/2018
15:27
Great news with both the Ned and CFO share purchases. Shows confidence.
cfro
26/9/2018
15:07
Added more
nw99
26/9/2018
14:01
Always reassuring to see and a nice move up on the chart :-)
cheshire man
26/9/2018
13:52
RNS out - great to see the CFO making his maiden purchase of shares, with around £25k at 42.8p (and a small purchase by an NED): Https://www.investegate.co.uk/scientific-dig-imag--sdi-/rns/director-dealings/201809261340030374C/
rivaldo
26/9/2018
10:46
Garbet - I'm no expert, but I don't think they're claiming their solution is particularly novel, only that they can manufacture a pure version at scale, at an economic price. They also seem to be claiming that it stores better than previous versions - a function of purity? - I dunno. There is a link to a science paper on the site apparently justifying their claims, but I'm not involved enough to spend the time on it. I expect buywell will eventually give us all a brief 2000-word summary...
supernumerary
26/9/2018
09:43
Hi Supernumerary I've just had a quick look at Briotech's website. At a quick glance, the magic solution (pun intended) appears to be Hypochlorous Acid (HOCl), but not just any HOCl, a special Briotech formulation. Not entirely sure how special their formulation can be of a molecule consisting of 3 atoms - H, O & Cl....... It all sounds a bit too wonderful. Much as I'd love a wonder cleaner to have been found, I rather doubt this is it.
garbetklb
26/9/2018
09:06
These people claim to be able to disable 100% of prions in a simple cleaning operation: http://www.briotechinternational.com/briohocl-prp-formula.htm#xl_Press:32Release If so, it could be a game changer: DESTROYING PRIONS Prions are abnormal, misfolded body proteins that go out of control and begin to multiply themselves, spreading throughout the body and invading the brain. Prions are most commonly transmitted orally, but can also contaminate medical and surgical instruments, transplanted tissues, and equipment used in food processing. A new, fast, convenient and safe method for decontamination of medical instruments, surfaces, and tissues—by simple immersion in an aqueous solution of Briotech’s pure BrioHOClTM—can overcome a critically important deficiency in infection control today. It can mitigate risks, and limit liabilities related to healthcare procedures and hospital acquired diseases. Prion diseases are most widely known as the cause of Mad Cow Disease (BSE). Prions also cause Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) in humans, a fatal dementia with a long incubation period. Recently, research has shown that most other chronic degenerative diseases that lead to dementia, including Alzheimer’s, result from prions. Currently untreatable, and inevitably fatal, controversy swirls around their possible transmissibility as referenced in Nature (nature.com/news/the-red-hot-debate-about-transmissible-alzheimers) Prions are uniquely resistant to the disinfection and sterilization procedures in common use in healthcare practice today. Extreme measures are needed. Current prion decontamination protocols are hazardous to people, damaging to instruments and surfaces, and therefore impractical for transmission control. “Briotech has developed an enabling technology, one that offers for the first time a practical and safe way of destroying infectious prions, the disease agents at the very top of the food chain when it comes to resistance to disinfection measures,” said Jeff Williams, PhD, BVSc, Chief Scientific Officer at Briotech. “We believe we’ve just exposed the tip of the iceberg when it comes to revealing the full potential of the pure HOCl in controlling and preventing many transmissible diseases. That’s so important today when rampant antibiotic resistance is challenging established approaches to infectious disease management all over the world. The discovery reported in PLOS Pathogens has opened new avenues for researchers to explore in understanding the relationship between the HOCl made in the brain, its possible involvement in prion inactivation there, and the disease processes that lead to dementia. Understanding those processes is one of the most urgent priorities facing biomedical science at this time.”
supernumerary
26/9/2018
08:52
The wipes do not remove all of the dangerous stuff hence new DOH guidelines for surgical instruments which has rightly raised the bar.ProReveal does just that identifying and revealing.I'm sure Buywell could explain better he's posted ample stuff on CJD etc.
hastings
26/9/2018
08:42
Aren't Tristel wipes used in 90%+ of hospitals to clean endoscopes? How does ProReveal fit in alongside that? How many endoscopes continue to be cleaned using machines rather than using the wipe system?
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