NANOTECHNOLOGY developed by UWA researchers as part of a ‘Centres of Excellence’ program is poised to revolutionise the sunscreen market and is set to attack the cosmetics, microelectronics, baby care and homeware industries.
A RECENTLY formed WA company is making significant strides in its quest to find a treatment to arrest Alzheimer’s disease.
UWA research offshoot Alzhyme Pty Ltd has a patent pending on its research and has secured investment to further its research.
WA’S poor performance in the latest Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) program funding is a reflection of the State’s inability to compete for Commonwealth funding, according to academics spoken to by WA Business News.
The CRC is the nation’s major coll
PHARMACEUTICAL developer Chemeq and gold miner Abelle were two prominent companies that managed to raise fresh equity last year without using broking firms.
Chemeq raised a total of $18 million in fresh equity while Abelle completed a successful $10m
STOCKBROKER Euroz Securities is moving to new premises to accommodate recent and planned growth in the business.
A major recent initiative was the establishment of a dedicated corporate finance department, headed by new recruits Karl Paganin and Doug
WA Business News’ inaugural survey of Western Australian equity capital markets has highlighted the dominance of a handful of stockbroking firms. Mark Beyer looks at the market in 2002 and its prospects for 2003.
CORPORATE finance executives have nominated Croesus Mining’s purchase of Central Norseman Gold as WA’s top deal for 2002.
The $65 million Croesus-Great Central deal gained high praise from nearly every corporate finance executive surveyed by WA Business
LEAGUE tables always generate plenty of debate, both for the rankings they produce and the methodology employed to construct them.
The contentious nature of league tables is illustrated by the fact that four different broking firms could claim to be the