Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Versarien LSE:VRS London Ordinary Share GB00B8YZTJ80 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 15.625p 15.50p 15.75p 15.625p 15.625p 15.625p 98,956 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Industrial Engineering 5.9 -2.2 -1.9 - 20.52

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22/8/2017
09:39
This is an extract from a Haydale announcement this morning: Ray Gibbs CEO of Haydale commented: "The work conducted over the past two years in mixing, dispersing and processing of a range of nanomaterials into high end epoxy resins is now enabling us to add significant value to the traditional composite offerings that have been available for many years. The speed at which RAC has moved and their ability to attract exciting commercial projects makes this an obvious partner for Haydale to demonstrate our added value capabilities. We look forward to working with the RAC on what is a very exciting collaboration." Simon Rogers, CEO of RAC commented: "RAC is a design led composite manufacturing facility that is intent on adopting new technologies in the early stages of development. The opportunity to work with Haydale and their new graphene and other Nano products fits very well with our company philosophy and we believe this new collaboration will be the beginning of a long-term relationship. This is a very exciting stage in the new graphene age and we are delighted to be part of it with Haydale." I thought Neil aquired his components company to create scenarios just like this!! I remain critical of the lack of VRS newsflow during 2017, given the fast moving space that Graphene nano applications occupy. I am unfortunately on holiday when the agm is held, but I hope some of you ask some very searching questions on where their business development momentum sits if you are attending.
ridicule
22/8/2017
09:23
..... or do any anything with RNS's. Anyway, one lives in hope.
festario
22/8/2017
09:15
One thing is for sure about VRS. The company does not mislead investors with false RNSs unlike some other companies on the AIM.
phoenixs
22/8/2017
07:38
Haydale and AGM keeping the market informed , I wonder if superg is going on the site visit to AGM ;-)?
luckyorange
20/8/2017
21:50
I recalled seeing the Zero gravity tests before and they cover the heat loops mentioned as one aspect but they didn't mention it was ink back then. hxxp://horizon2020projects.com/excellent-science/graphene-flagship-test-space-applications/
superg1
20/8/2017
21:45
Cambridge Graphene talking about test with graphene inks. Perhaps it's one of the many tests VRS are involved with. I can't be sure but that one photo looks like the VRS Microfluidization machine that we say on Cambridge day. 16th August hxxps://graphene-flagship.eu/material/Zero%20Gravity%20Graphene/Satellite%20Heat%20Pipes/Pages/Blog-Yarjan-Samad.aspx
superg1
20/8/2017
13:50
Amen to that SuperG, get your invoice for consultation services in... nail PRG, then we can start on Sable Mining.They still pretend to exist!
festario
20/8/2017
10:09
Superg1, ENRT ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGIES took shareholders for a complete ride. The then Finance director said at an AGM "when we run out of money we will get some more from the shareholders" The nomad was aware of a lot of what was going on. There was even a funding offer made by some investors about 8 months before the company went down which could well have resulted in the company becoming a commercial enterprise. Lo and behold directors/company secretary linked to major bond/convertible holders etc turned down the offer.
phoenixs
19/8/2017
21:43
BazzerP, nice to see you recovered from that. I've felt sick quite often on some days with major losses on OXS, GKP, IOF and FOGL. But never more than 20%?of my portfolio.Meldex was an out and out fraud wasn't it?
festario
19/8/2017
19:52
Reassuring to hear of other failures. My big loss was Meldex, that nearly cost me my home. ;-(
bazzerp
19/8/2017
17:55
Hmmmmm I see its fun over on ADL. Another fraud uncovered it seems and once again Cantor are the nomad.
superg1
19/8/2017
17:15
Can they keep going without a Chairman? It does save 35-40k a year and a supply of tea and biscuits ! I hope if they do get another they will be actively involved in the company rather than turning up half a dozen times a year , penning a little note for the nomads and doing the least possible for the company otherwise!
luckyorange
19/8/2017
17:06
Strange that A_Game has never been back here to post superg? NR has his address because he sent him one of those robots ;-)
luckyorange
19/8/2017
13:11
Richardc77 When I said 'the market opportunities look to be much bigger than the semiconductor industry' I would say most definitely in terms of 'market opportunities'. Whilst the semiconductor industry is wide-ranging, graphene has the potential to be involved in a greater number of industrial and commercial sectors - including new building materials, new and lighter metallic compounds, new water filtration systems, new battery technologies, new tyre compounds etc. etc. And all of these on top of developments such as the conductive inks and potential applications in the semiconductor industry itself.
vasilis
19/8/2017
12:53
SBLM or CGH as it now calls itself, has a contact us page, which takes me to Ben Brewerton, in London.I have emailed him and phoned him to see what, if anything is going on. Ben has replied twice, out of about 10 enquiries, simply stating that 'he has no update for me, and he is not in touch with the company '. It's outrageous, and I have warned him that I'll refer him personally, and the whole saga to the FCA. He doesn't reply.It's a waste of time in any case.The upshot is, there was a supposedly solid company, working on major projects... now there is zilch. With no indication of any problems. The shares sit there in my account, with a massive red number against them, indicating my loss, yet I can't even use it as CG Tax allowance. This is why I'm utterly sick of AIM.
festario
19/8/2017
12:46
SBLM, (Sable Mining), had fabulous projects in Africa, supposedly on the go.Iron ore mines, railways etc,... then last year the share price dropped so low that the company decided to delist. Ostensibly because the costs of maintaining a listing was bad for shareholders!!What is actually bad for shareholders is having shares of no value. I still hold 8m of them.They then decided to convert to a company called Consolidated Growth Holdings. CGH. But, without the ability to trade shares.They promised to update the company website regularly with what they were doing with MY money, but there has never been a single update in a year now.
festario
19/8/2017
08:05
A quick example list request. Can anyone name some companies over the years where the nomads have failed to spot false news and cons and have warned the market about it. Then Can anyone list any companies where companies have gone bust with not a hint from the nomad and broker about the impending doom. I suspect the first question will come up as zero and the 2nd one with numerous examples.
superg1
19/8/2017
07:53
Some interesting links that show the graphine step change is coming. "Resistance is futile" VRS With Nanene and inks are in the right space and have the technology and expertise to monitise this. I am frustrated too, but developments on this scale take time to come to fruition. I agree some developments could be conceived as scary, will the day come when everyone will carry their own rfid code and bank account details on/ under their skin? Watch out for big brother. On a more serious note, with the number of prestigious contacts, ongoin testing and NDA,s it will not bee too long before some come to fruition. I am also looking forward to hearing about the carbide side. My holiday clashes with the AGM, trying to rework to attend.
rogerbridge
19/8/2017
07:34
They do supply uni's and academia globally luckykids but I only know that because of the information on the spin out of 2D tech (VRS have never mentioned it as far as I am aware) 'Headed up by chief technical officer Dr Branson Belle, 2-DTech sells graphene to researchers at corporations and academia, including a growing demand from within the University. Dr Belle said: “Interest in graphene has really taken off and there is a need to supply researchers. “We have customers in Japan, Korea, the US, Europe and the UK. “There is a lot of competition, but we have the know how and the skills to manufacture graphene on a large scale. “The industrial revolution began in Manchester and now we have the graphene revolution here too.” 2-DTech, which is based at the University’s Innovation Centre, prides itself on the quality of the materials it produces. It says that, though there are other graphene-production companies worldwide, some provide an inferior quality of material.'
luckyorange
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