Nanoco said on Tuesday that it will receive a £1.8m payment from its undisclosed US-listed partner following the recent completion of an important milestone in the material development and supply agreement announced in February.
Nano-technology firm Nanoco has launched a wholly-owned subsidiary named Nanoco 2D Materials in order to focus on the development and commercialisation of a new generation of nano-materials.
(WebFG News) - Nano-technology group Nanoco has signed a second agreement with its unnamed US partner to produce next-generation nano-materials for applications in future technologies.
Cadmium-free quantum dots and nanomaterials developer and manufacturer Nanoco Group announced on Thursday that it has signed a material development and supply agreement with a large, undisclosed US listed corporation.
Manchester based nanomaterials firm, Nanoco said that solid advances towards commercialisation of its technology throughout the year had led to revenues and other operating income staying in line with board expectations.
Cadmium-free quantum dot and other nanomaterials developer and manufacturer Nanoco Group was awarded a major grant from Innovate UK, it was revealed on Wednesday, to support its ongoing research into the use of quantum dot nanoparticles within cancer imaging.
Nanoco Group, maker of cadmium-free quantum dots that enhance colours in TVs and other LCD screens, produced a solid first half result but warned on full year profits as sales in the second half "have not yet materialised".
Nanoco Group chairman Christopher Richards on Monday dipped into the market for the second time in a week as he picked up shares in the supplier of quantum dots for flatscreen televisions and other screen markets.
Nanoco's non-executive chairman picked up £29,999.92-worth of shares in the company for his wife on 14 October, the company said in a statement.
Nanoco Group, an Aim-listed company that specialises in the development and manufacture of cadmium free quantum dots and other nanomaterials, secured two more license agreements to support its strategic shift towards out-licensing in the display sector, but saw cash outflows accelerate.
Cadmium-free quantum dot and nanomaterial developer Nanoco Group announced an update on the timing of revenue recognition of July licence agreements on Friday.
A trading update from Nanoco, the maker of cadmium-free quantum dots for TVs and other display screens, revealed revenues and year-end cash levels were in line with expectations, with a larger royalty paid by key partner Dow Chemical.
Nanoco has agreed a non-exclusive licence with Merck for the German chemicals giant to immediately begin marketing the UK minnow's products as part of its display screens offering for LCD TVs and smartphones.
Nanoco has rejigged its licence agreement with Dow Chemical, giving the US giant non-exclusive rights to use and market its cadmium-free quantum dots in return for a lower royalty rate on any sales Dow makes and no earn-out income.
Nanoco Group, which makes fluorescent quantum dots for use in TVs and lights, has signed a follow-on agreement with German lighting giant Osram as it announced pre-flagged annual results.
Nanomaterial developer Nanoco said the year ended 31 July was a period of significant progress in its technology commercialisation and business development.
Nanoco, the maker of fluorescent quantum dots for use in TVs and lighting, has been boosted by a European Parliament ruling to clamp down on quantum dots that contain toxic heavy metals.
Nanomaterial developer Nanoco has revealed it intends to raise £20m by joining the main market of the London Stock Exchange.
Quantum dots and nanomaterials group Nanoco has signed a manufacturing contract with The Dow Chemical Company ahead of mass production next year.
Disappointing results from US tech titan IBM were weighing on hardware and equipment stocks this side of the Pond on Monday.