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Todos Medical Ltd (OTCQB:TOMDF) announced on Tuesday that MOTOPARA Foundation’s biosafety level-3 Mobile Labs have achieved clinical validation and CLIA certification to run onsite rapid coronavirus (COVID-19) testing. In October, Todos struck an exclusive supply agreement with US mobile CLIA lab company Integrated Health LLC, which runs MOTO+PARA Foundation’s mobile labs to battle the coronavirus pandemic. Todos Medical said Integrated Health LLC, has fully validated the clinical performance of the COVID-19 RT-PCR lab testing performed in MOTO+PARA’s mobile labs. BioLargo Inc (OTCQB:BLGO) announced its third quarter financial and operating results, which saw its revenue rise 26% year-over-year to a record $0.67 million, as the company rebounded from early pandemic shutdowns. The company noted that its industrial operating divisions each have a backlog of revenue-generating projects that collectively exceed $2 million, which it says will provide “reliable revenue” into 2021.  Aurania Resources Ltd (CVE:ARU) (OTCQB:AUIAF) (FRA:20Q) said Tuesday that a copper-gold system seen in the Tsenken N2 target on its Lost Cities-Cutucu project extends into the Tsenken N3 target. The Tsenken N2 and N3 targets form part of a single iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) target that spans over 20 square kilometres, the company told shareholders. The IOCG system on the junior’s flagship project in Ecuador is the first copper mineralization identified in the drill core, according to Aurania.  NetCents Technology Inc (CSE:NC) (FRA:26N) (OTCQB:NTTCF) announced it has been working diligently to complete the steps required to launch the NetCents Cryptocurrency Credit Card. The company in August joined the Visa Fintech Fast Track Program for the rollout of a crypto-backed Visa Card, but this project superseded the previous credit product since it was an opportunity to work in a direct relationship with Visa. Then last month, NetCents announced that it had engaged with i2c to be the backend provider that links directly into the Visa network, working towards a possible launch date of November 15, 2020, after which Visa imposes a holiday blackout period preventing the issuance of cards until mid-January. As part of the process, the company has provided its bank with legal, regulatory, and compliance information.  Nemaura Medical Inc (NASDAQ:NMRD) (FRA:N18A) has re-launched its corporate website www.nemauramedical.com and the website www.beatdiabetes.life for its flagship program BEATdiabetes. The UK-based company said the BEATdiabetes website serves as the unofficial launch of the program and allows users to register and learn about participating in an overall health management system to potentially reverse Type 2 diabetes. “The launch of the BEATdiabetes program website is an important entry into the market to allow consumers to access many of the life management tools that come with the program,” said CEO Dr Faz Chowdhury. “In addition to introducing the smartphone and tablet app, which will provide users with our scientifically validated, personalized coaching driven by our digital platform, it also provides users with a portal to become among the first to access our non-invasive glucose monitor, which we expect to launch shortly.” American Manganese Inc (CVE:AMY) (OTCPINK:AMYZF) (FRA:2AM) will be discussing its supply chain strategy and lithium-ion battery material recycling process (RecycLiCo) at this year’s E-Waste World Virtual Summit, which is being held on November 18-19 this year. The virtual, online two-day conference brings together over 100 globally renowned experts and groups, including industrial electronics manufacturers and suppliers, E-Waste recyclers and waste management companies, chemical suppliers, policymakers, NGOs, research institutions and consultants. The firm’s chief technical officer Zarko Meseldzija will feature on November 19 at 8:05 am Pacific Standard Time (PST) to explain how American Manganese aims to become an industry leader in recycling cathode material from lithium-ion battery manufacturing waste.  Great Panther Mining Limited (TSE:GPR) (NYSEAMERICAN:GPL) (FRA:G3U) has revealed it had temporarily suspended operations at its Topia mine in Mexico due to coronavirus (COVID-19) but noted the move was not expected to hit the group’s consolidated production guidance.  The virus has been detected among the workforce at the mine, the precious metals producer said in a brief statement.  Ximen Mining Corp (CVE:XIM) (OTCQB:XXMMF) (FRA:1XMA) said the TSX venture exchange had accepted for filing documentation regarding a second, and final tranche of a non-brokered private placing , which was announced on November 12 this year, comprising one placee and 595,240 flow-through shares at C$0.42 each. Vendetta Mining Corp (CVE:VTT) has updated on its previously announced private placing to raise up to C$825,000, saying that at the request of the TSX venture exchange, it has closed the first tranche issuing over 9.5 million units at C$0.06 each for gross proceeds of C$575,000 today (November 16), not on November 5, as previously disclosed. Vendetta said it expects to close the balance of up to 4,166,672 units and gross proceeds of up to C$250,000, in the next few weeks, subject to the exchange’s approval.  

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