If it was "simple science" everyone would be doing it.
There's a reason they're licensing technology from NASA, not middle school science labs.
Our core technology is a NASA co-developed, vertically aligned carbon fiber thermal interface material that is lighter, more flexible, and more efficient than traditional passive cooling solutions for electronics and batteries.
Some things really are
You know how all the sharks on Shark Tank hate it
when entrepreneurs attempt to influence their opinions by telling them how large the market segment is for their product?
Well, KULR did the same thing repeatedly on their website:
According to Frost & Sullivan’s Global Electric Vehicle Market Outlook 2018, global EV sales will climb from 1.2 million units in 2017 to approximately 2 million units in 2019.
The charging infrastructure market, which includes batteries and battery technology, according to an AT Kearney report, will be a $29 Billion global market by 2020 within the overall $390 Billion global E-Mobility market.
According to a 2018 JP Morgan report, by 2025 and 2030, 32% and 59% of total automobile sales will come from EV (includes hybrids), respectively.
Bank of America predicts the space industry will be worth nearly $3 trillion in 30 years.
According to a 2018 McKinsey report, car generated data, or telematics, may become a $450 Billion to $750 Billion market by 2030.
By 2020 there will be an estimated 30 billion connected devices on the planet with each person consuming 5.2 Terabytes of data.
They seem to have a lot of great products
applicable to a wide variety of markets, from space to military to electric vehicles and scooters to communications to consumer tools and electronics.
They even manufacture tools for the design and testing of Li-ion battery packs.
I'm not following this company's progress except for what's posted here (almost exclusively by you - where's the other shareholders?
Hopefully the co. is being honest and posting factual fins & PR's (a rarity in OTC).
If so, then 2020 could indeed be a breakout year.
In any case it would be nice to climb over that $2 threshold next year and never look back!