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Lithium Australia executes exquisite move to win IP battle

Lithium Australia re-wrote the corporate play book in the last couple of weeks to achieve unfettered ownership and control of their unique Lithium processing IP known as Sileach. They have been locked in mortal legal combat with Lepidico over their IP rights and just a couple of weeks after Lithium Australia launched a takeover bid for Lepidico the legal action has been settled. 

MGC Pharma to profit from medical marijuana law changes

ASX-listed MGC Pharmaceuticals' cannabis-derived medicinal products will be fast-tracked to Australia following federal government changes to national medical marijuana laws. The changes mean patients that are prescribed medicinal cannabis will be able to import their medication from local providers such as MGC Pharmacueticals. 

Peppermint puts foot on the gas in Philippines

ASX listed Perth financial technology company Peppermint Innovation may have discovered a lucrative new route to market for their interesting mobile bill payment technology. The company recently appointed Metro Gas Sales inc, a domestic gas bottle delivery company in the Philippines with over 60,000 household customers as a Peppermint agent.

Sipa provides more downhole intrigue in Uganda

Sipa Resources' hopes of uncovering a major nickel-copper discovery at Akelikongo in Uganda have been boosted by new geophysical surveys. The downhole EM surveys have found strong off-hole conductors, whilst a high-resolution ground magnetic survey suggests Akelikongo could be just one of many highly prospective targets in the area.

Neometals to buy back up to $5m worth of their own stock

The board of Australia's newest Lithium producer, Neometals, have signaled their confidence in the company's finances by introducing a share buyback valued at up to $5 million over the next 12 months. The move follows the recent start of production at Mt Marion, which will generate plenty of cash and add to an already strong balance sheet.

Analytica bolsters IP protection with Japanese patent for incontinence device

ASX listed medical device company Analytica has achieved an important strategic milestone with its "PeriCoach" urinary incontinence device receiving patent protection in Japan. The patent is part of the Brisbane-based company's strategy to secure IP protection in major markets with ageing populations.

Analytica incontinence device comes up trumps in clinical trial

Medical device company Analytica have produced a set of clinical trial results that according to the company, tick every major box in the fight against urinary stress incontinence in women. They recently put a mark 2 version of their urinary incontinence device known as the "PeriCoach" to the test in independent clinical trials with some rather interesting results. 

MGC Pharma on track to complete medical cannabis extraction facility in Slovenia

ASX-listed MGC Pharmaceuticals are on schedule to complete a major commercial and operational milestone, with their medical grade cannabis extraction facility nearing completion in Slovenia. The new facility will allow the Perth-based company to ramp up its production of cannabis derivative cannabidiol to 3,000kg per year.

Neometals unveils lucrative Cobalt recycling technology

Bringing one of the world's largest Lithium mines into production would be enough for many companies, however Neometals are keen to show they still have much more in their armory. They recently unveiled potentially lucrative new technology for recycling cobalt from used Lithium ion batteries that could produce a net present value of at least US$84m over 10 years.

Broker tips 60% lift for Neometals after Lithium production success

Neometals have dealt themselves into an even better position at the newly commissioned Mt Marion Lithium mine by securing improved off-take and mining services agreements with their major partners. The new agreements effectively boost production by 20% and give Neometals upside exposure to the tightening global Lithium market.

US military signs agreement with Sky and Space Global

ASX-listed Sky and Space Global has signed a deal with the US Defence Department that will ensure the Perth company's nano-satellites are kept safe as they orbit the earth in space. The agreement comes as the company counts down to the launch of its first 3 trial voice, text and data nano-satellites in the second quarter of this year.

CV Check bolsters board with appointment of Cameron-Dow

Online CV screening and verification company CV Check has bolstered its board with the appointment of experienced public company director George Cameron-Dow as Non-Executive Director. He is also a non-executive director of ASX listed EVE Investments and previously sat on the boards of Bioxyne Ltd, Windward Resources and Xceed Capital.

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