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Using existing sample collection methods ViruSense can be quickly adapt existing Nano Optical Technology to detect LIVE Covid-19 virus via a nose/throat swab in REAL-TIME!

The ViruSense technology will use Covid-19 therapeutic antibodies as part of a solution for a completely new set of coatings to detect the LIVE virus using existing detection technology

The antibody coating will stick to the LIVE Covid-19 virus […]

By |March 19th, 2021|Latest News|

VN-KERB TS Project Achieves Technology Readiness Level 4 – Engine Testing Follows

Not all Governments are stating their intentions to ban the sale of Internal Combustion Engines, ICEs. The ones that do seem unconcerned about the challenges in making such claims. Even so, the automotive industry has been left with little choice but to leave no stone unturned in its pursuit of solutions to reduce emissions, including […]

By |March 19th, 2021|Latest News|

Class Action Lawsuits and Upcoming Legislation to Deliver VN ADS Perfect Storm for Investor Exit

The Covid 19 pandemic has ravaged the Airline industry, dramatically reducing ticket and new aircraft sales. To compound the pain, the number of litigation claims against them for Aerotoxic Syndrome has increased even further, and to add to its woes the Specialist Class Action legal firms on both sides of the Atlantic are circling. These […]

By |March 19th, 2021|Latest News|

Hydrogen Power Generation Solutions (HGPS) Press Release

UK Hydrogen Technology Developer Moves up the Value Chain
HPGS, the UK start-up developer of Electro Hydrogen Generation (EHG) Technology, today announced that it had been selected as the Hydrogen Technology Partner in a research collaboration agreement with the Universities of Nottingham, Newcastle & Reading, Mahle Powertrain Ltd and Shell UK Ltd.

The project will exploit the […]

By |March 9th, 2021|Latest News|

Covid 19 Project Update

VN-CP runs all of its projects on a low-cost/no-cost basis, where the management team earn equity, not salaries. Therefore, every penny spent on R&D is on fixed-price fixed outcome contracts, making once-in-a-lifetime events like the Covid 19 Pandemic manageable. As such, the pandemic has not impacted VN-project cash-flows, or your investment. We have experienced some delivery […]

By |July 21st, 2020|Latest News|

Automakers pull models, halt output as WLTP deadline roils European market

A portable emissions measurement system measures real-driving emissions on a Citroen C4. Photo credit: Reuters
A double shot of new emissions tests is shaking up the European auto market this year, disrupting production and sales, and weighing on automakers’ profits.

The two tests are the WLTP, or Worldwide harmonized Light vehicles Test Procedure, and its on-road companion, the […]

By |August 15th, 2018|Latest News|

Honeywell Optimistic on Future Turbo Sales into Hybrid Vehicles

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — The industry may be entering the age of electrification and automated driving, but larger numbers of vehicles using electric motors and driving themselves won’t slow the growth of turbochargers, says Craig Balis, chief technology officer of Honeywell Transportation Systems.

The way Balis sees it, turbochargers complement hybrids that use a gasoline or […]

By |August 15th, 2018|Latest News|

The UK Challenger Fund Invests in VN-HPG 3rd Round & VN-ADS 2nd Round Funding

The UK Challenger Fund closed a £60,000 investment in VN H- Power Generation Ltd’s Third Round Raise valuing VN-HPG at £10.3m and a £200,000 investment in Vn Aerotoxic Detection Solutions Ltd valuing VN-ADS at £2.3m

Jasper Smith of General Investment Partners the Funds mentors said:

“The UK Challenger Fund is designed to identify early stage, growth ventures […]

By |April 6th, 2018|Latest News|

HMRC wins £18m tax avoidance case

HM Revenue and Customs has defeated a tax avoidance scheme used by the wealthy to reduce their tax bills.

The decision on the scheme, known as Clavis Liberty Fund 1 Limited Partnership, means £18m of tax money will be paid to HMRC, cash that ultimately goes to the government to be used on public services.
HMRC said the Upper Tribunal’s […]

By |October 28th, 2017|Latest News, Uncategorized|

Credits roll on tax breaks for film investors

High-risk venture: tax breaks which financed James Bond are coming under fire
Film investment schemes that have helped finance a string of hits, including the James Bond movie Skyfall, are under threat from a government review of business funding.

Curbs to the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) — where investors are given tax breaks for backing high-risk ventures […]

By |October 10th, 2017|Latest News|