- Institute for Geospatial Research and Education(IGRE)
IGRE is an applied geographic information technology research center at Eastern Michigan University. The mission of IGRE is to support the public and private implementation and use of geospatial technology. We provides technology transfer and technical support in the areas of distributed GIS, data conversion, automated vehicle location and analysis and planning decision support.
Brian McAninch's Home Page
Faculty web site with course descriptions, exams, syllabi, links, and links for geology and environmental geology courses. In addition, information on Onondaga lake; its history, and its cleanup. In addition, links to the environmental web site, geology club web site, and other points of interest are included.
National Biodiesel Board
National Biodiesel Board's website that provide information about biodiesel, an alternative fuel for compression-ignition (diesel) engines.
Thermal Management Using Nanotechnology
CogniTek has developed technology to reduce the size of heat exchangers up to 93% through the use of nanofluids and nanocomposites. CogniTek is applying this technology into the next generation absorption cooling systems with increased effectiveness and significantly lower size and cost.
MSE Environmental and Safety
Technology and Consulting Solutions for your Environmental and Safety Needs
We offer water pumping windmill systems. Go to our site to order the 115 page informational packet. We can answer most questions about any water pumping windmill and the complete system. THANKS, Ellen Sattler
KSM Freedom Solutions
Distributes voice activated home automation software to increase the independence of disabled people.
Distributes electronic products designed to give people voice command of their living environment.
Integrated innovative systems with remote control voice activation, telephone control, house adaptations.
Economical evironmental control systems for the disabled using low cost HA components.
Environmental control unit that enables people to control their everyday environment without having to call for assistance.