Nano Cap

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Nano Cap

Describing a publicly-traded company with an extremely low amount of market capitalization. In general, a nano-cap company has a market capitalization of less than $50 million, but there is no specific definition. Some brokerages or exchanges have slightly different definitions of nano-cap. Nano-cap describes the smallest possible amount of market capitalization, and, for this reason, nano-cap stocks are quite risky. See also: High-cap, Mid-cap, Low-cap, Micro-cap.
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Shares of the nanocap biotech were last seen advancing $6.74% to $2.06 Friday, extending the upward move seen the prior day.
Red Bank, NJ, June 06, 2016 --(PR.com)-- "BeWhere Holdings (BEW.V or GNCKF) is a ~5.84M CAD NanoCap company trading on The TSX Venture exchange.
Allen Reid, commercial director for NanoCap. "We are collaborating and seeing developments in areas such as photovoltaics, lighting, displays and security."
Dais, working with experienced personnel at the University of Florida under a cooperative testing agreement, has used this patent's concepts to create a functional energy storage prototype device, the 'NanoCap.
(OTCBB: GPLS) (OTCQB: GPLS), a nanocap exploration company, has decided on the acquisition of its mineral lease purchase in the La Sal Mountains region of San Juan County, Utah.
In 2008, a NanoCap Working Conference focusing upon ethical and societal challenges of nanotechnologies met in Darmstadt, Germany.
NeoSMART technology is built around a new magnetic particle--NanoComposite Advanced Particles (NanoCAP)--which solves some of the fundamental problems that limit the capacity potential of current acicular (needle-shaped) magnetic particles.
Shares of the thinly traded nanocap biotech TRACON Pharmaceuticals Inc (NASDAQ: TCON) were rallying Thursday.
Yang, "Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy based on ordered nanocap arrays," Superlattices and Microstructures, vol.
This has enabled coatings to be produced as low as 100nm and progress is being made to reduce this further (Fujifilm NanoCubic tape and Maxell NanoCap).
Wilson et al., "Nanostructured calcium phosphates (NanoCaPs) for non-viral gene delivery: influence of the synthesis parameters on transfection efficiency," Biomaterials, vol.