Mobile CT Company plans Nasdaq IPO

Israeli imaging company Nanox, which has developed a mobile CT device that is substantially smaller and cheaper than the existing devices, is supposedly planning on holding its IPO on Nasdaq in the first quarter of 2020. It is believed that the company intends to hold its offering at a company valuation of more than $500 million.

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Figure 1 | By processing a thin-film multilayer stack with photoactive layer sensitive in the infrared range (r.), on top of a Silicon readout circuitry (ROIC), Imec creates an IR-sensitive CMOS imager (l.) that’s compatible with mass manufacturing. (Image: Imec)
Figure 1 | By processing a thin-film multilayer stack with photoactive layer sensitive in the infrared range (r.), on top of a Silicon readout circuitry (ROIC), Imec creates an IR-sensitive CMOS imager (l.) that’s compatible with mass manufacturing. (Image: Imec)
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