Scancell Holdings PLC (LON:SCLP) shares soared 55% to 21.25p, prompting the company to put out a statement about the share price movement. The developer of novel immunotherapies for the treatment of cancer and infectious disease noted the recent press coverage and the share price increase and referred shareholders to its interim results statement of January 29, where it gave a full update on the COVIDITY program and the goal of starting a Phase 1 clinical trial, to determine the safety and immune responses to the vaccine, as soon as possible during 2021.
Learning Technologies Group PLC (LON:LTG) announced it has agreed to acquire learning and talent development software provider Bridge for US$50mln (£36mln) using existing cash resources.
Sativa Wellness Group Inc (LON:SWEL) said it has submitted its novel food application for validation to the UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) ahead of the March 31 deadline as part of what it said is a “commitment to continually deliver the highest level of regulatory compliance and product quality”.
Zoetic International PLC (LON:ZOE) told investors that it is confident its careful approach to distribution would ultimately lead to better sell-through rates as it provided an update on the progress of its rollout of CBD products on both sides of the Atlantic.
Mode Global Holdings PLC (LON:MODE) said it will launch its novel payments and loyalty solution powered by Open Banking in the second quarter of 2021, which it said will provide merchants with “an alternative to rising card interchange fees” and boost loyalty amongst consumers.
DeepVerge PLC (LON:DVRG) has signed non-binding heads of terms with mass spectrometer maker Microsaic Systems to enter a multi-year framework services agreement through which DeepVerge which be appointed as a non-exclusive agent to promote the latter’s technologies.
AfriTin Mining Ltd (LON:ATM) has agreed a new offtake agreement for tin concentrate from the Uis mine in Namibia with its existing trading partner, Thailand Smelting and Refining Corporation (Thaisarco), as well as signing an inaugural offtake agreement with AfriMet Resources AG for its future tantalum production.
Strategic Minerals PLC’s (LON:SML)(USOTC: SMCDY) 100%-owned subsidiary Cornwall Resources Limited has been notified that the ‘Deep Digital Cornwall’ project led by the University of Exeter’s Camborne School of Mines, in which Cornwall Resources and Cornish Lithium are delivery partners, has been awarded funding by the European Regional Development Fund. Strategic Minerals’ Redmoor exploration licence area will be used as a field laboratory for collection of geochemical and geophysical data, which will also provide information relevant to a number of new prospects.
Oracle Power PLC (LON:ORCP) has completed an initial soil sampling programme on its Jundee East gold project in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia, and has now commenced ground-based gravity surveying over key target areas.
Oncimmune Holdings PLC (LON:ONC) achieved a sixfold increase in revenue in the six months to the end of November as it continued to establish partnerships with leading pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the key areas of oncology, autoimmune diseases and infectious diseases.
APQ Global Limited (LON:APQ) noted that, as at the close of business on January 31, 2021, its unaudited book value was 36.69 US cents (26.72p) per share.
Mosman Oil and Gas Ltd (LON:MSMN) announced that it has received notification to exercise warrants over a total of 10,000,000 new ordinary shares at a price of 0.15 pence per share. The exercise of the warrants of will add A$27,000 of funds to Mosman’s existing cash reserves.
Live Company Group PLC (LON:LVCG) has said its deputy chair Trudy Norris-Grey and non-executive director (NED) Mark Freebairn will step down from the board with immediate effect and the company will initiate a search for a new independent NED in due course. “I would like to thank Trudy and Mark for their time and contribution to the board of LVCG”, Live Company chairman David Ciclitira said in a statement.
World High Life PLC (LON:LIFE) (OTCQB:WRHLF) said it is planning to change it name to Love Hemp Group PLC as part of a strategy to build upon the success of its subsidiary Love Hemp Limited and “propel the Love Hemp brand to global recognition”. The company said the change will take effect over the coming weeks and that it has convened a general meeting for 12 noon on March 11.
CentralNic Group PLC (LON:CNIC) notified that its preliminary unaudited results for the 2020 calendar year will be on March 1, with the audited annual report and accounts published towards the end of April.