The Australian All Ordinaries edged more into the red today although this high-tech equipment supplier was able to maintain momentum.
King River Copper has raised more cash for its ongoing copper-gold exploration program in Western Australia as a new geological model piques investor interest.
Greenland Minerals and Energy has moved its Kvanefjeld rare earths-uranium operation into permitting phase after the Greenland government approved the project in a first-ever public input process.
Drilling is expected to take 35 to 40 days to reach Total Depth. Well logging and sidewall coring is could take 5 to 10 days on a success case.
Wangle's competitive advantages in web optimisation as well as enhanced security and privacy for users are compelling. Planned roll out of consumer platforms is well supported by cash reserves.
XTEK has added to shareholder value by acquiring a 3D modelling and simulation technology supplier which is already servicing urban planning developers on a global scale.
Thundelarra's CEO, Tony Lofthouse, has joined Proactive Q&A Sessions™ exclusively to discuss the company's intentions and commitment to its 90%-owned Red Bore prospect
Regeneus has multiplied its opportunities to be a first-mover in fast-growing stem cell therapy markets by securing commercial rights to a world-first technological innovation.
Cellmid has been granted a Japanese patent for its novel target midkine formulation for hair growth treatments, further expanding its marketing reach in this fast-growing sector and adding to the intellectual property assets of subsidiary, Advangen Limited.
Impact Minerals has finished a three-month surveying program at its Mulga Tank nickel project in Western Australia, setting up the possible definition of drill targets in a region increasingly characterised by giant deposits.
Further second phase drilling will add to the resource upgrade at Isabel nickel project due to be announced in the Solomon Islands next month. However, Axiom is moving on multiple development fronts to fast track mining at the project.
Alexium's foray into the automotive sector highlights the breadth potential of the company's technologies, in their ability to be used across sectors and applications.