Top 10 Quantum Dot companies [six to ten]

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New Materials News today announced the list of companies that were ranked 6 to 10 in its list of the Top 10 Quantum Dot companies. The firms that were listed were InVisage, UbiQD, LG, NanoPhotonica and QD Laser. Source: New Materials News

Today we are delighted to publish the first set of companies that have made New Materials News’ list of the top 10 companies operating in the quantum dot sector. Covering places 6 to 10, the companies that have made the cut are InVisage, UbiQD, QD Laser, NanoPhotonica and LG. [Read more…]

IMX reassures investors over legal claim, shares rise 17%

Shares in IMX Resources fell by 30 per cent when the claim against the company was announced in September. Photo: Flickr

Shares in IMX Resources fell 30 per cent last month when its former subsidiary announced it was launching a potential claim worth A$75m against the firm. Photo: Flickr

Shares in IMX Resources climbed 17 per cent on Friday after the company announced the cost of defending itself against a claim launched by liquidators of its former subsidiary, Termite Resources, would be A$450,000. [Read more…]

Zenyatta reports positive results from Albany graphite site but warns about profitability

Founded in 1969, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is one Israel's nine universities. It is a  research leader in alternative energy, robotics and nano-technology. Photo: Flickr

Founded in 1969, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is one of Israel’s nine universities. It is a research leader in alternative energy, robotics and nano-technology. Photo: Flickr

Zenyatta Ventures reported on Thursday it had received positive results from the testing of its graphite by researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev but Zenyatta warned the results did not mean it would be able to extract and process the graphite “on an economic basis”. [Read more…]

Haydale receives £450k from UK govt, including “secret” defence project funding

Haydale has been awarded £450,000 in funding from the UK Government to pursue the commercialisation of graphene. This includes a grant from the Ministry of Defence for a "secret" project. Photo: Harland Quarrington

Haydale has been awarded £450,000 in funding from the UK Government to pursue the commercialisation of graphene. This includes a grant from the Ministry of Defence for a “secret” project. Photo: Harland Quarrington

Haydale said on Friday it had been awarded a total of £450,000 by the UK Government, which will be used to fund a number of projects to pioneer the use of graphene and graphene-enhanced composites in various new commercial applications. [Read more…]