RE: Panbio rapid antigen Test - paper released last hour18 Oct 2020 15:31
if those are the number then they are rubbish, unless it is cheap enough to use a couple of times per day (<<£1), and people were in a position to isolate immediately (most aren't as they will be at work).
the voltage generation occurs in the machine that the tanks are attached to. Imagine it was compressed air and a turbine, the size of the tanks tell you how long you can run a turbine for, the size of the turbine tells you how much power you can get out.
Zero, you should listen to no one else but yourself, and question that regularly, you should also question this, and question that I said to question it. There's no need to question what onenose said, he's added nothing recently, just the odd comment.
RE: The science went over people's heads11 Oct 2020 16:30
The statistically significant phrase simply means that between the two samples there is a lot of overlap and they can't be confidently said to be from different populations. However... As the sample size decreased the gap has to get bigger before you can be confident. So on the larger combined study there is a difference as the sample size is bog enough to prove it, on the sub populations it's less certain that there is a difference. This is also significantly impacted by the spread of the outcomes for each sample, if the spread is large then the overlap is large and the gap needs to be bigger. If, for instance, the outcomes from the placebo had a wide spread, as might be expected from a disease who's symptoms vary from day to day, then it's could make a positive outcome seem to be less positive.
Is it priced in? If it is priced in turn it's worth less than 30m (Mcap), or maybe 2m in profit. So I'd suggest it's not priced in, as the breath test will surely be worth a lot more than that in terms of profit and therefore Mcap.
RE: Stifel introducing Avacta to U.S. investors TODAY06 Oct 2020 16:21
Honest question, why do we need investors? If the lft works out what's the point of them? There's no fund raise needed. Let's say that they offered another 100m for some percentage of the company, what would we do with that money, the limit now is not cash it's brainpower, there's a limited number of those brains available so hiring and getting up to speed would take years.
If I have to go to work on the train (to London) then a pass would have me able to access the train, the tube, shops, the office and the return trip maybe a restaurant in the evening. So not just a venue, but normal life. Now I wouldn't travel every day, so I'd only take a test when I travel and try and pack activities in on those days.