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3DIcon is a developer of groundbreaking 3D projection display technologies that are being designed to produce full color, 360-degree volumetric high-resolution images. The company’s mission is to surpass current 3D technologies by creating true-to-life 3D images that occupy a 3D space and appear fully formed as viewed from any angle without any special viewing aids. The commercial applications for 3D imaging technologies are projected to approach a market size of well over $7 billion by 2018. General applications include Healthcare and Medical, Industrial, Media and Entertainment, Defense and Security and Architectural and Engineering

 Coretec Industries LLC, a subsidiary of 3DIcon Corporation, located in Fargo, ND is commercializing academic proven technologies for energy-related markets. The initial technologies are based on new innovations in cyclohexasilane (C6H12) developed at NDSU by Dr. Phil Boudjouk. Early adoption of these technologies is anticipated in markets for energy storage (Li-ion batteries), solid-state lighting (OLEDs), solar energy (BIPV) printable electronics (Asset Monitoring) and authentication (critical documents).

                                                                            
                                                                                                                                                            
                                                                                                                      
                                                                 CORETEC / 3DICON   THE FUTURE IS NOW                         
 
 

For Company information please visit:
http://www.3dicon.net/
 (Ticker: TDCP.QB   http://coretecindustries.com/

  

 
 COMPANY HIGHLIGHTS :

Oct 31,2016  3DIcon Identifies High Growth Printable Electronics Market for its Silicon-based Technologies

Oct 20 , 2016  3DIcon CEO Doug Freitag to Present at IDTechEx



Oct 11 , 2016  3DIcon Appoints Doug Freitag as CEO

Advanced Materials Expert to Lead 3DIcon Following Merger With Coretec Industries

3DIcon Appoints Doug Freitag as CEO

Freitag will oversee the continued research and development of the Company's proprietary CSpace® technology, along with commercialization of the proprietary technology and IP portfolio of Silicon-based technologies acquired through the recent merger with Coretec Industries, LLC. That portfolio includes technologies with potential for immediate application within the markets of energy storage (Lithium-ion batteries, for use in cell phones, laptops, etc., and electric cars, among others), solar energy, solid state lighting, and printable electronics.

Doug Freitag brings a wealth of experience to his new role, including more than 30 years of commercializing advanced materials in aerospace, electronics, photonics, medical, and building industries and more than 25 years of federal grant and contract funding expertise. He has served in various engineering and management positions while employed by Ford Motor Company, Honeywell, and Lockheed Martin and supports a number of organizations, including Cerus, DNA Electronics, and Grey Innovations, among others. Support provided included research, development and transition of new technologies and
Federal Business development
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In 2016 alone he has contributed to winning new Federal contracts for clients with a value of over $230 million. Mr. Freitag was hired by 3DIcon as a Federal business development expert in December of 2013 and has served as the VP for Technology and Business Development until recently. He has a BSME and MSME from Purdue University.


While with Lockheed Martin Mr. Freitag Supervised a staff of 20 professionals and oversaw facilities dedicated to the development of advanced materials and cost-effective manufacturing processes for the Aircraft and Missiles Divisions to leverage in support of DOD customers. Team was responsible for all phases of technology development, acquiring new business, and serving as subject matter experts to acquisition programs and DOD.

• Developed innovative and leading edge technology in rapid prototyping of metal parts, ceramic radome materials for use on PAC-3, low cost oxidation resistant carbon/carbon composites, newgrades of silicon nitride for hot structure applications, and a new class of preceramic polymer based materials for use in missile and aircraft hot structure, including LO applications. Technical products resulted in over $2B in new missile sales.

                                                 See Doug Freitags complete Bio below under Coretec / The Company Management Team



Oct. 6, 2016  8K     Current report filing    8K pertaining to Coretec / 3Dicon reverse acqusition : Business overview ,Business model , R&D, 
  future revenue ,competition ,licences, products,  shareholder security ownership                                                                        



Oct 4, 2016 3DIcon Corporation Completes Share Exchange Agreement With Coretec Industries LLC

    "We are excited to have completed the share exchange agreement and to officially join 3DIcon and Coretec together," said Simon Calton, Co-Founder and Board of Directors of Coretec. "We have begun having positive discussions regarding the commercialization of our silicon materials, and are actively seeking out opportunities for revenue within various verticals in the energy space."

"Coretec sees new commercial opportunities for its silicon-based technologies and materials, and the opportunity to improve the optical products under development by 3DIcon. By teaming with 3DIcon, Coretec is in an even stronger position to proceed with the development and commercialization of such technologies and materials as we now jointly seek to bring new and better products to market," said Dennis Anderson, President and co-founder, Coretec Industries LLC.                                                                                                                           

      Combined with patents from 3DIcon for 3D imaging technology in the United States, Europe, and Japan, the companies have a global portfolio of 35 issued or pending patents consisting of 11 existing and three pending patents for global IP around silicon-based materials, with an option to acquire the exclusive license rights to 16 additional patents in the next 18 months. The combined patent portfolio has market-disruptive applications such as:
  
        
Battery energy storage (Lithium-Ion batteries): Using Coretec's silicon materials and patents, lab results have demonstrated increases in lithium-ion battery storage capacity by more than ten times simultaneously with improvements in recharging and increased cycle life.
  • Solid-state lighting (LEDs): Using Coretec's silicon materials and patents, results have demonstrated the ability to produce low cost quantum dots with application to next generation white-blue wide area illumination devices.
    Solar energy: Using Coretec's silicon materials and patents, thin film solar cells have been produced in the lab on flexible substrates using roll-roll manufacturing processes that exhibit superior performance and lower cost than competing organic based solar cells.
    Printable electronics: Using Coretec's proprietary materials and patents, printed electronics transistors have been built and tested that exhibit superior performance than competing organic based transistors.
 
                  
          
  • Product Markets:   Oil / Gas   /   Renewable Energy   /  Distribution of Energy / 3D Volumetric Displays 
                                                                                                                                                                                         
     
    Product  Applications:
      
                                                                                                                                                                    
       Silicone Based Semiconductors:      Jul 21, 2016 3DIcon and Coretec Industries LLC Target Semiconductors                                                        

      Energy Storage:  Comsumer Electronics / Vehicles / Power Systems
     
      Solar Energy:    Integrated Photovoltaics

      
              Printable Electronics :   Printed / Flexible / Organic 
                                                                                                                                                
              Lighting and Displays :    LED Lights
          
 
        CSpace® :     3D Volumetric  Displays 


 Authentication :   Authentication of critical Documentation
 
                                      



                    
                                                     
                        
                     
     Partnerships and Joint Development Agreements       


 
      

        Schott Defense
Joint Development Agreement 

http://www.us.schott.com/english/news/press.html?NID=536 

        

                
                

                              

                            
                                                                                                                                                          
     
                                                   
  • Company Intellectual Property

     
 Jun 29, 2016   3DIcon Announces the Signing of Exclusive Licensing Agreement Between Its Merger Partner, Coretec Industries LLC, and NDSU Research Foundation
 
  • Where can we find technical information on the Coretec intellectual property and basic technology?

    The best source of information for the Coretec Intellectual Property is the NDSU Research Foundation website, www.ndsuresearchfoundation.org. The following NDSU patent families have been licensed to Coretec: RFT-039, RFT-265, RFT-324, and RFT-325. An option to license has been purchased by Coretec for the following NDSU patent technologies: RFT-233, RFT-11, RFT-315, RFT-336, RFT-447, RFT-449, RFT-454, RFT-498, and RFT-501. The Coretec intellectual property is a combination of issued patents and pending patents in various countries. Each may include multiple patents.

     

A summary of the technology was provided at the DOE Solar Technologies Peer Review and can be found at: http://www1.eere.energy.gov/solar/review_meeting/pdfs/prm2010_northdakota.pdf



     
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    Intellectual Property History, Status & Rights            CSpace®
     

 

On May 26, 2009, the United States Patent and Trademark Office (“USPTO”) approved the pending patent called "Volumetric Liquid Crystal Display" for rendering a three-dimensional image and converted it to US patent No. 7,537,345. On July 16, 2013, USPTO approved the pending patent called “Computer System with Digital Micromirror Device,” and issued US patent No. 8,487,865.

 

CSpace Patents are as follow: On December 28, 2010, USPTO approved the pending patent called “Light Surface Display for Rendering a Three-Dimensional Image,” and issued the United States Patent No. 7,858,913.  On August 21, 2012, the USPTO approved a continuation patent called “3D Volumetric Display” and issued the US Patent No. 8,247,755. On December 13, 2011, USPTO approved a continuation patent called “3D Light Surface Display,” and issued the US Patent No. 8,075,139. On July 31, 2013, 3DIcon filed provisional patent called “Ultra High-Resolution Volumetric Three-Dimensional Display,” (US patent application serial No. 61859145).

Through a SRA with the University, we have obtained the exclusive worldwide marketing rights to certain 3D display technologies under development by the University. The development to date has resulted in the University filing eight provisional patents; five of the eight provisional patents have been combined and converted to five utility US patents, one pending European patent and one pending Japanese patent.

 

Key Patents Exclusively Licensed to 3DIcon from OU:

 

Patents Granted

  · “3D Volumetric Display” - 8,247,755, August 21, 2012
  · “3DLight Surface Display” - 8,075,139, December 13, 2011
  · “Light Surface Display for Rendering a Three-Dimensional Image” - 7,858,913, December 28, 2010
  · “Volumetric Liquid Crystal Display” - 7,537,345, May 26, 2009
  · “Computer System with Digital Micromirror Device” - 8,487,865, July 16, 2013

 

International Patents Granted

  · Granted - Japan
  · “Light Surface Display for Rendering a Three-Dimensional Image” - Japanese Patent Number 5,594,718, August 15, 2014

 

International Patents Pending

  · Pending
  · “Light Surface Display for Rendering a Three-Dimensional Image” - European Application Number EP07755984, Filed April 25, 2007
  · “Ultra High Resolution Three-Dimensional Display” - July 26, 2013
  · “Holoform Projection Display” - March 12, 2013
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  • PRESS RELEASES
     
           Oct 31, 2016         3DIcon Identifies High Growth Printable Electronics Market for its Silicon-based Technologies            Oct 11 , 2016      3DIcon Appoints Doug Freitag as CEO
         Oct 4, 2016       3DIcon Corporation Completes Share Exchange Agreement With Coretec Industries LLC

In The News


                              

Oct. 5 , 2016   Oct 5 2016 3D Displays Get Closer but Face Hurdles  

Sep 12, 2016  Sep 12 2016 Tulsa company working to revolutionize battery industry
 
May 18, 2015 May 18 2015 The Role of 3D Displays in Medical Imaging Applications

Feb 27, 2015  Feb 27 2015 True 3D Images... Glasses-Free     
 

CEO INSIGHTS

 Sept. 15, 2016  http://ir.3dicon.net/ceo-insights/detail/422/shareholder-qa---merger-update
    

SEC FILINGS
 
All SEC Filings

Oct. 6, 2016  8K     Current report filing    8K pertaining to reverse acqusition : Business overview ,Business model , R&D 
  future revenue ,competition ,licences, products,  shareholder security ownership                                                                        
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     CSpace®                                        

    Professional 3D Applications

     
     CSpace has a wide market for potential applications in such fields as medical imaging (CT, MRI, dental), baggage and cargo scanning, military performance-mission planning, tactical awareness, decision support, and post engagement assessment-engineering and geospatial exploration, education and training applications, entertainment applications (video games), air traffic control systems, space transportation systems, and earth science research. For example, CSpace provides volume rendering of the surface and the interior of any human organ, which could increase the effectiveness of real-time imaging systems such as fMRI that are central to future medical care and research (prototype image of human rib cage). Other types of displays, such as holographic displays, can render objects but are unable to show an interior view; those displays would not be effective in applications that require rendering of object interiors such as medical images, cargo scanning for homeland security, and others.
     
     
     The CSpace Volumetric Imaging System (static volume display technology) is the company's flagship technology that is being rapidly developed.
    CSpace uses a clear volumetric image space within which invisible nano-size up-conversion material is dispersed. A volumetric 3D image is rendered when invisible laser beams are precisely directed into the image space, exciting the nano-materials to emit visible light and thus display a full color, volumetric image. CSpace does not require viewing aids or glasses, does not cause viewer fatigue during prolonged use, and is capable of producing translucent images for viewing the inside of images, such as human organ, cargo containers, baggage, ocean or terrain features, or troop carriers, all of which are beyond the capabilities of other current display methodologies. CSpace is pure, static
    3D display that doesn't require mechanical rotational movement and has the potential to generate 3D images with a resolution
    up to 800 million voxels -- eight times that achieved by a typical mechanical swept-volume display.
     

 

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CORETEC / The Company  management  Team
 
Doug Freitag
Doug Freitag :   Chief Executive Officer and Director
Doug Freitag brings a wealth of experience to his new role, including more than 30 years of commercializing advanced materials in aerospace, electronics, photonics, medical, and building industries and more than 25 years of federal grant and contract funding expertise. He has served in various engineering and management positions while employed by Ford Motor Company, Honeywell, and Lockheed Martin and supports a number of organizations, including Cerus, DNA Electronics, and Grey Innovations, among others. Support provided included research, development and transition of new technologies and Federal Business development. In 2016 alone he has contributed to winning new Federal contracts for clients with a value of over $230 million. Mr. Freitag was hired by 3DIcon as a Federal business development expert in December of 2013 and has served as the VP for Technology and Business Development until recently. He has a BSME and MSME from Purdue University.

A 30-year industry veteran with an established track record helping Clients identify, create, and capture opportunities for funding by the Federal Government in technology research, development, and acqusition.

 Mr. Freitag created BMT more than 20 years ago after a decade long career at Lockheed Martin managing advanced materials technology development program. He regularly markets new programs and technologies in the fields of advanced materials, life science, electronics,photonics, energy, sensors and manufacturing. Mr. Freitag’s distinguished career has included senior positions and several awards with Lockheed Martin for his contributions to military systems. He has published and presented 60+ papers in advanced materials, issued several patents, organized andchaired numerous technical sessions at national meetings, and participated in government panels in support of the advanced materials industry. Mr. Freitag currently holds a DOD Secret clearance.

Areas of Expertise 

Federal Business Development  /   Acquisition due Diligence  /  Interdisciplinary Teams  Strategic Planning  / Program & Contract Management  / Technology Scouting / Proposal Writing /   Proposal Management  / Marketing

Bayside Materials Technology

Owner – Columbia Maryland (1994 – Current)

Privately-owned business located in the Washington D.C. area helping Clients identify, create, and capture opportunities for funding by the Federal Government in technology research, development,and acquisition. Technical areas of expertise include advanced materials, biotechnology, electronics,photonics, energy, sensors, and manufacturing. Primary customers include DHS, DOD, NASA, NSF,DHHS, DOC, DOE, DOT, DOJ, and their respective labs, Centers of Expertise, and Logistic Centers.Customers include small/large business, non-profits, and academia. Ongoing efforts contribute tot he creation of annual contracts in excess of $30M. Ongoing projects include diagnostics andvaccines for medical counter measures, sensors for ISR, biosurveillance, threat detection, and human performance, pain mgmt therapies, 3D visualization, blood wound products for trauma care,advanced ceramics, printable electronics, and advanced coatings.

Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control

Manager, High Temperature Materials - Dallas, Texas (1993 – 1994) Manager, Ceramic Technologies (1989 – 1993) Senior Scientist, Materials Engineering (1988 – 1989) Senior Research Scientist, Corporate R&D (1986 -1988)

Research Scientist, Corporate R&D (1983 – 1986)

Supervised a staff of 20 professionals and oversaw facilities dedicated to the development of advanced materials and cost-effective manufacturing processes for the Aircraft and Missiles Divisions to leverage in support of DOD customers. Team was responsible for all phases of technology development, acquiring new business, and serving as subject matter experts to acquisition programs and DOD.

• Developed innovative and leading edge technology in rapid prototyping of metal parts, ceramic radome materials for use on PAC-3, low cost oxidation resistant carbon/carbon composites, newgrades of silicon nitride for hot structure applications, and a new class of preceramic polymer based materials for use in missile and aircraft hot structure, including LO applications. Technical products resulted in over $2B in new missile sales.

• Prepared, managed and presented successful proposals to DOD and NASA resulting in annual funding of ~ $5M.

• Managed an annual IR&D, capital and overhead budget of ~ $10M. • Established a ceramics R&D capability in support of EM window and low observable hot structure development.

• Awarded the “Outstanding Inventor” honor for the first new EM window material to betransitioned in 30 years.

Bendix Corporation

Advanced Technology Research Center - Columbia, Maryland (1982 – 1983) Developed visualization tools and models for metal powder flow in support of a new low cost manufacturing process    • Worked well with an interdisciplinary team of scientists and researchers     • Created and oversaw implementation of visualization tool    • Established a powder flow visualization lab to ensure proper testing and creation of best practices for application

Purdue University

Department of Mechanical Engineering – Lafayette, Indiana (1980 – 1982)     Active member of research team responsible for developing models/prototypes of canine joint motion

Ford Motor Company

Research and Engineering Center – Dearborn, Michigan (1976 – 1980)     Successfully performed test track modeling, experimental engine valve train analysis, as well as engine certification assembly and evaluation.

Affiliations

• Technical Director for the United Stated Advanced Ceramics Association (1993 – date) • Member of notable industry and professional organizations, including: o American Ceramic Society o Materials Research Society o SPIE o NDIA

Awards & Patents

• Lockheed Martin Outstanding Inventor Award, 1999 • Keynote speaker at the Japan Ultra-High Temperature Materials International Conference, 2000 • Freitag, D., Beaman, J., Bourell, D., Laser Directed Fabrication of Full-Density Metal Articles Using Hot Isostatic Pressing,” Patent 5,640,667, June 17, 1997 • Freitag, D.W. and Richardson, K.K., In-situ Reinforced Barium Aluminosilicate. PatentNumber 5,358,912, October 25, 1994.

Education

• Purdue University /   M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, emphasis on Design  /   B.S. in Mechanical Engineering (Highest Distinction, 4.0/4.0 GPA)  /  Illinois Central College / A.A.S. in Automotive Technology

Additional

Department of Defense Secret Level Clearance, established 1983

Victor Keen
Victor Keen: Director / Co- Chairman

 Mr. Keen is a significant shareholder in 3DIcon and has been a member of the Board since November 2007 and CEO since 2013. Mr. Keen is a graduate of Harvard Law School and Trinity College. Until November 2010 he was the chair of the Tax Practice Group at Duane Morris LLP, an international law firm and one of the 100 largest law firms in the world. Mr. Keen has been an active investor in a number of private companies, both start up and later stage, including: Lending Tree, acquired by IAC Interactive Corp.; Circle Lending, Inc., now part of Richard Branson's Virgin Group; Bantam Pharmaceutical LLC, a privately held biotechnology company founded in 2015 focusing on the discovery and development of innovative cancer therapies and Rollover Systems, Inc., a privately held company involved in the matching of individual IRA/pension accounts with appropriate managers. Mr. Keen is a co-founder and co-owner of Bantam Pharmaceutical LLC.

 

 
Ronald W. Robinson
Ronald W. Robinson   Chief financial Officer :   Ronald W. Robinson, CPA, was a partner in three large local CPA firms spanning the last forty years, the latest of which was Sutton Robinson Freeman & Co., P.C., from 1999 through 2010, of which he was the managing partner and performed SEC/PCOAB audits for several clients, including 3DIcon Corporation. He has been an SEC compliance and accounting consultant for 3DIcon Corporation since 2010. He is licensed to practice by the Oklahoma Board of Accountancy and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Robinson is a graduate of East Central University, Ada, Oklahoma, with a BS in Accounting





SIMON CALTON : Director /Co-Chairman

Simon Calton, age 36, serves as a Director of the Company. Simon Calton has over 12 years of experience in financing and company structuring and utilizes his experience to find opportunities in different sectors. Since 2008 Mr. Calton has structured a number of Alternative Investment Products geared around Construction and Development in the United States and United Kingdom. In 2012 he co-founded Carlton James North Dakota Ltd, which specializes in funding specific projects and developments throughout the United States. In 2007 Mr. Calton co-founded Carlton James Private and Commercial, a project investment, pension administration service and global financing firm which helps to fund projects around the globe.

 

DENNIS ANDERSON :  Director

Dennis Anderson, Age 60, serves as a Director of the Company. Since June 2015 Mr. Anderson has been the President of Coretec Industries LLC. From June 2003 to May 2015 Mr. Anderson served as the Associate Vice President of the Office of Research and Creative Activities at North Dakota State University where he spent his time creating, procuring funding, and managing various high technology research centers and programs, especially those funded by both federal and state governmental agencies as well as small and large private sector partners. Mr. Anderson graduated with a B.Sc. (microbiology) from North Dakota State University and M.Sc. (virology) from Kansas State University.

He is an entrepreneur with over 23 years of experience in creating, funding, and/or managing technology-based startups and emerging companies primarily focused on research, development, and commercialization of new biotechnology and biopharmaceutical products for human and veterinary markets. He also has experience in intellectual property creation, procurement, development, technology transfer (including licensing), and commercialization of various technologies and associated IP in both private sector and academic settings. Mr. Anderson is a founding member of ChymaTek Energy Solutions, LLC which holds equity interests in Coretec.

 

 

Ronald Dombrowski

Ron Dombrowski :  Director

Ron Dombrowski, age 52, serves as a Director of the Company. Since August 2015, Mr. Dombrowski served as a member of Coretec’s Board of Directors. Between April 2015 and November 2015, he was Director of Sales and Marketing at Lifting Solutions Automation Inc. From August 2010 to April 2015 Mr. Dombrowski served as the Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Limited Solutions Automation Inc. He is a graduate of the Southern Illinois University with degrees in Electrical Engineering and Management. Mr. Dombrowski has also attended executive education programs at University of Phoenix and Marquette University.

Mr. Dombrowski has over 25 years of global sales and operations experience, growing and scaling both startups and Fortune 500 technology companies.


 

PHILLIP BOUDJOUK

Dr. Phillip Boudjouk is the inventor of Si technologies being licensed from NDSU and will serve as a technical advisor to the company.

Dr. Boudjouk is a Jordan A. Engberg Distinguished Professor of Chemistry & Chamber of Commerce Distinguished Professor at North Dakota State University (NDSU) for nearly 40 years. He also served as NDSU’s vice president for research, creative activities, and technology transfer at NDSU from 1999 to 2014.

A recipient of many honors and awards for research and instruction, Dr. Boudjouk is tenured professor in department of chemistry at NDSU with over 167 publications and 30+ patents and patent applications. He is recognized worldwide as an expert in silicon chemistry (most notably cyclohexasilane (“Si6”)-based technologies) and is a prolific inventor of a variety of silicon-based compositions and related IP.

 


Research and development team at NDSU  
www.ndsuresearchfoundation.org.
 
    The team is led by Dr. Philip Boudjouk :  He is assisted by Mr. Kenneth J. Anderson,Dr. Kostia Pokhodnya and others. The team's current emphasis is on chemistry of polysilanes, especially CHS, and its ability to form novel derivatives and complexes. They have also been studying the chemistry of silicones using new pathways developed for manipulating the branches on a silicone backbone, allowing great flexibility in incorporating new properties in silicone derivatives.

As reported previously, it is anticipated that the research activities surrounding the silicone intellectual property (involving as it does a lighter weight material than the glass material currently being employed) could result in the improvement of 3DIcon's CSpace image space material, which would mark the final step in the completion of its volumetric, three-dimensional display.

 A recipient of many honors and awards for research and instruction, Dr. Boudjouk is tenured professor in department of chemistry at NDSU with over 167 publications and 30+ patents and patent applications. He is recognized worldwide as an expert in silicon chemistry (most notably cyclohexasilane (“Si6”)-based technologies) and is a prolific inventor of a variety of silicon-based compositions and related IP.

  

 
 
 


Real, Static Volumetric Displays: No glasses needed.
 (Ticker: TDCP.QB)   
For Further Company information
please visit
http://coretecindustries.com/
http://www.3dicon.net/     


ENERGY STORAGE

Sep 6, 2016    Is Liquid Silicon the Key to Better Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes?

 

3DIcon aims to make a 20-year-old discovery the future of the battery industry.

by Jason Deign
September 06, 2016
Is Liquid Silicon the Key to Better Lithium-Ion Battery Anodes?
 
 

         
          


 



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                   




 

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#34503  Sticky Note $TDCP 3DIcon Identifies High Growth Printable Electronic $Pistol Pete$ 11/30/16 07:44:26 PM
#34475  Sticky Note Freitag's history & Reverse Split Clonefan 11/08/16 04:37:19 PM
#34374  Sticky Note 12.5 bil.insider shares gone if reversed split iamthe walrus 10/22/16 01:37:52 PM
#34507   The filing said the 10Q was delayed due Clonefan 12/07/16 02:31:01 PM
#34506   lol it's over! onelove17 12/07/16 02:05:20 PM
#34505   I just called main office and they are EVL 12/07/16 01:36:18 PM
#34504   LMAO, ANOTHER market identified by No Money ?? bluehorsesho 12/01/16 11:41:37 AM
#34503   $TDCP 3DIcon Identifies High Growth Printable Electronic $Pistol Pete$ 11/30/16 07:44:26 PM
#34502   No filing after 15 calendar days... Clonefan 11/30/16 05:31:58 PM
#34501   (They) are no longer responsible. They only hold onelove17 11/28/16 11:54:27 PM
#34500   J_G_R, costs good $$ to file with the flaflyersfan 11/28/16 07:20:12 PM
#34499   Why would they do that after all hoops J G R 11/28/16 06:56:15 PM
#34498   I do wonder at this point if the razorback74 11/28/16 04:02:35 PM
#34496   This stock was once gold. Now, it's just onelove17 11/23/16 01:03:42 PM
#34495   Looks like 3DIcon missed another deadline... the 5th Clonefan 11/23/16 11:13:05 AM
#34494   TDCP greendragon- 11/22/16 08:57:24 PM
#34493   I am seriously sarcastic! LOL Clonefan 11/22/16 04:33:18 PM
#34491   You serious !!! onelove17 11/22/16 02:59:50 PM
#34490   Is anyone Thankful for 3DIcon? If so, why? Clonefan 11/22/16 01:43:41 PM
#34489   The PPS is halted by 12+ Billion share dilution. Clonefan 11/18/16 03:53:43 PM
#34488   RS? Halted ? Scam? onelove17 11/18/16 02:22:56 PM
#34487   R. I. P. onelove17 11/17/16 05:32:37 PM
#34486   10-Q delay says 3DIcon (Cortec) is broke! Clonefan 11/17/16 05:15:53 PM
#34485   Geez the end does look bad for tdcp. onelove17 11/17/16 02:25:33 PM
#34484   And by the looks of it.... it's not onelove17 11/16/16 01:55:24 PM
#34483   TDCP has 5 calendar days to file the flaflyersfan 11/16/16 01:43:26 PM
#34482   3DIcon's financials are not audited and therefore are Clonefan 11/16/16 01:38:58 PM
#34481   The new filing about the 10Q due iamthe walrus 11/16/16 01:24:42 PM
#34480   Notification That Quarterly Report Will Be Submitted Late Clonefan 11/16/16 12:43:25 PM
#34479   Thats CSpace..... big uh oh! But as I onelove17 11/10/16 12:29:37 PM
#34478   Uh-oh.... http://mashable.com/2016/10/24/holovect-3d-projections-star-wars/#F1Q BuddyB 11/09/16 02:23:54 AM
#34475   Freitag's history & Reverse Split Clonefan 11/08/16 04:37:19 PM
#34472   Nothing new here it seems... weatherdude 11/08/16 11:50:45 AM
#34471   I thought they were planning to team up Clonefan 11/08/16 11:23:40 AM
#34470   Guys C space is done! The company is onelove17 11/08/16 11:01:40 AM
#34469   Nope. Schott is history. Their glass Clonefan 11/08/16 10:31:33 AM
#34468   SCHOTT's history... BoomSoon 11/08/16 10:29:19 AM
#34467   is schott's & 3dicon still working together? stormygib 11/08/16 09:59:33 AM
#34466   Election day.....Doug Freitag for president! livelifeasplay2 11/08/16 08:19:00 AM
#34465   Me too! Which makes me so skeptical of Clonefan 11/07/16 10:06:45 PM
#34464   Its been 10 years since I bought my douglashodges1 11/07/16 03:19:22 PM
#34463   Yes. I realize that. I thought the imagery douglashodges1 11/07/16 03:06:20 PM
#34462   They are not in the 3d TV business! Clonefan 11/07/16 02:48:21 PM
#34461   I bought my first shares at .76 way douglashodges1 11/07/16 01:05:34 PM
#34460   I like this company because of the near iamthe walrus 11/07/16 12:15:46 PM
#34459   The company hasn't yet said there is iamthe walrus 11/07/16 12:11:53 PM
#34458   No date but very soon onelove17 11/07/16 11:04:30 AM
#34457   When is this RS going to happen? douglashodges1 11/07/16 10:07:08 AM
#34455   What happens to overvalued stocks after a reverse split? Clonefan 11/04/16 03:10:11 PM
#34454   This stock is way over valued given the Clonefan 11/04/16 01:27:31 PM
#34453   RS will never allow this to move up onelove17 11/03/16 03:31:04 PM
#34452   I do believe the company when they say iamthe walrus 11/03/16 03:16:09 PM
#34451   The Cleveland Indians will win a World Series Clonefan 11/03/16 02:17:59 PM
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