Why the Nanodynamics IPO failed

The story about why the Nanodynamic Dubai IPO failed/was withdrawn.

According to a Nanoclarity investigation it was Global Crown Capital Ltd. (the lead underwriter) who did not provide all the money required for the IPO.

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  1. Interacting CAtoms must exert forces which overcome gravity.
    Not easy achievable on sea level
    but easy to achieve in space. Claytronics could be an ideal lego system for structures in space. Interestingly nobody seems to think about this possibility. Typical applications currently foreseen are dynamically formed toys, models and 3d-illusions but in my opinion applications in space would be far more interesting. In space one could use large CAtoms which e.g. build dynamically a structure for the mirrors of a telescope or build a grid which holds solar panels. This would revolutionize structure building in space. Configuration software would replace hardware. New space applications could be set up without the need for a new space launch.


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