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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
  -0.50p -0.72% 68.50p 67.00p 70.00p 69.00p 68.50p 69.00p 441,260 08:26:10
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Industrial Engineering 5.9 -2.2 -1.9 - 101.84

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If NR is in Dubai do you think they are working together? Tweet from CEO of Haydale. Same message! One hour presenting today at the Smart and Emerging materials congress! The message was 240 materials evaluated to date and only 10 or so that we know can produce Graphene consistently in real volume with quality and value in accordance with the ISO standard @HaydaleGraphene
@night terrors Oh dear! Did I inadvertently uncover the culprit? Filtered.
Hi, NR been away from Twitter a while.. could he be here? April 19-20, 2018 at Dubai. Smart and Emerging Materials Congress 2018
Just a quick video on the mixing process Https://
Thanks pcjoe, whoever supplied it the results are there on the improvements, maybe better with Nanene? Anyway on those figures they can reduce the amount of rubber used by 50% for the same tyre in theory . I'm sure that I have seen results VRS related somewhere and will keep looking but I think it was better than 50% improvement in the rubber, just a matter of typing in the right key words!
Lucky - innovate shoes are not using Nanene - I have it from the top - don’t know where they are getting their graphene from but vrs declined to work on that project or with that arm of Manchester uni academia - don’t know why but hanging out for bigger fish/ refusal to grant exclusivity is my guess
Yeah I make it 120 million......and don't forget the big stuff like mining, quarrying, construction, Aero, farming, and....and...and
Left school so long wonder if basic maths or any maths is still taught
1.208 Bn replacement car tyres last year, add new cars, add vans/lorries etc. Market penetration 10% (?) is 120m tyres. No idea of addition rate.
I am relaxed about China, convinced it will happen but the key points are IP and the fact that Neill will be able to use the deal as a template for others either in China or say S Korea, USA etc. This latter point is why it is so important to get the right terms, it creates a pathway to open many other lucrative deals. A few more weeks is neither here nor there imo.
INOV-8 AT THE FOREFRONT OF A GRAPHENE SPORTS FOOTWEAR REVOLUTION PRESS RELEASE (DECEMBER 6TH, 2017) “When added to the rubber used in inov-8’s G-Series shoes, graphene imparts all its properties, including its strength. Our unique formulation makes these outsoles 50% stronger, 50% more stretchy and 50% more resistant to wear than the corresponding industry standard rubber without graphene.” Https:// Just a reminder of this press release. This is something they are working on with the University of Manchester and pretty much nailed on that they are using Nanene. Now apply that to tyres (50%) and you can understand why Neill is over the moon regarding the tyre application, just put it in rubber and you will probably get similar results 50%?!!!!!!! b The numbers are too phenomenal to take on board but I'm sure that someone will work it out.
Festario, very glad to hear you were speaking in jest last evening! There is a difference of course between some aspect of the Jinan deal being unbridgeable and bringing it all down - I don't think that will happen, too important to both sides, too much invested, too much damage for the future - and it being rather tricky for VRS to fashion a deal that kicks off well but allows good rewards and IP protection long term. Easy for China: here's a factory and some kit, now just tell us the secrets! The high level support of our govt and genuine commitment from the other side are both essential I think. In hand it seems and if matters are actually at that level (lawyers only doing the documentation, not the negotiations) it could explain the relaxed but happy attitudes I saw at the Investors Meeting. Fingers crossed for both of us! EDIT PS: And for others, re some previous posts, if anyone did not grasp my meaning, AFAIK no one has suggested the China deal will collapse - certainly not me!
You've got to love these internet trolls and haters.After all, who else is going to think about me, and obsess about me 24 hours a day for 5 years?I see it as a compliment, a tribute if you like.But, in reality it's such a shame that one persons whole life has been reduced to that.
strummer - interesting perspective, and one I agree with. Best wishes - Mike
Having read the posts in the link above, it would seem to me that this guy Festario has come from a less privileged background and done well from investing but chooses to continue socialising with his lower-class roots where he is viewed with extreme jealousy by someone in that community, to the point of being obsessional about the need to try and put him down.
Woody - try or is shutting down in a year....but the links will still work.
Lucky. Thought I would have a look at what you said about Ray Gibbs (Haydale). This post on Twitter looked interesting as well. I believe SG had commented on what Haydale had found out in the past as well? Intermittent follower here so I tend to miss out and searching postings not easy. I have small shareholdings in both companies. Came about as a result of their announced collaboration. I look to see more on this.
Guys, sorry if I've been messing the board up with long links. I just copy and paste the link in the header. Is there a way to shorten them?
It has answered a question or two for me looking at that Chinese report, why graphene has not been embraced in various countries. The US and everyone else want it in batteries .... Now! Hence their muted response. Looks like the expectations are for it to go in high end apps like batteries for EV's and mobile phone has focussed their attention at the top end of the chain and not the fact that it can enhance everything it has been tried in. Zina Cinker has been pushing it in the US , unfortunately Directa + is a member of the NGA too now which to me has muddied the waters and in my eyes makes NR's invite to it not so special. Good to see Ray Gibbs working with BSI to promote quality standards a while back, I feel sure that he will be far more aware of what graphene should be now considering his forays into the cheap side and subsequent results. Of course China wants it, they will want to give their economy a boost and what better way to do it. I noted Heze have a company set up for solar panels using graphene just waiting for a good supply of the quality stuff I would think.
NR has said it enough times now. Besides the quality of their graphene the big names and China are enthused by the deep connections and access VRS have into the UOM, NGI Cambridge , CPI and other catapult centres. It's a deep knowledge base, the best in the world and with access to tech worth 100's of millions. Then the connections with various UK politicians and 'others'. It's too sensitive to ID others. If you want a mate in the know it in the graphene world head and shoulders above the rest it's VRS. The 2nd factor is will graphene take off it the future. The answer for me is quite clearly YES. The problem before and media comment about it being a flop is because most graphene being tested was multi-layer. As I said Continental have been there and done it. They tested graphene in tyres and it was no different to carbon black. Nanene it tyres is a different ball game and the performance gain was clearly stated for rubber and polymers. As NR has said (in interviews) it enhances practically everything it has been tried in. So no surprise then when the CPI gave VRS all the tenders they entered.
"Graphene keeps surprising us: nobody thought that confining light to the one-atom limit would be possible. It will open a completely new set of applications, such as optical communications and sensing at a scale below one nanometer," said ICREA Professor Frank Koppens at ICFO - The Institute of Photonic Sciences in Barcelona, Spain, who led the research. Professor Andrea C. Ferrari, Science and Technology Officer of the Graphene Flagship, and Chair of its Management Panel, added "While the flagship is driving the development of novel applications, in particular in the field of photonics and optoelectronics, we do not lose sight of fundamental research. The impressive results reported in this paper are a testimony to the relevance for cutting edge science of the Flagship work. Having reached the ultimate limit of light confinement could lead to new devices with unprecedented small dimensions." hTTps://
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