Norm asked to join Professional Advisory Committee – Interactive Computer Graphics Program

The Interactive Computer Graphics Program at Five Towns College has been developed to prepare young creative minds for high valued, sustainable industry careers as creative professionals.

The Professional Advisory Committee has been assembled of industry leaders and experts and will be instrumental at helping with:

    • Collaboration and networking
    • Mentorship
    • Curriculum development
    • Sponsorship
    • Forecasting industry needs
    • Establish an on-campus “Experience Lab”

To learn more about the program, please email me and/or tap this link: https://www.ftc.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/interactive-computer-graphics/

Norm Joins Team to Bring Clean Energy and Pollutant Filters to Worldwide use

Norm helps a green-tech company that provides coal-derived solutions in collaboration with nature. While coal is perceived to be the largest source of dirty fuel, our scientists have proven that coal is the abundant low-cost biomass for (1) generating clean energy, (2) replenishing water, (3) increasing crop yields while re-nourishing the soil, (4) recycling military and industrial waste into fertilizer, and (5) reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

We have harnessed the unique capabilities of microbes derived from wood-eating termite guts and which convert coals into gas and humic products from the plant originated organic matter in coals. Our Coal Biorefinery makes products from the total value chain of coals without producing any waste and we are ready to scale.  

Here are the products we produce from coal, within the same end-to-end workflow; with zero carbon emission:

Clean Fuels 
Derived from coal using a pre-combustion process for COsequestration and elimination of particulates, SO2 and NO2

Carbon Sequestration
Economical process for the sequestration of CO2 that generates a neutral to negative carbon footprint

Pollution Filter
Environmentally friendly solution for clean-up of heavy metals, radionuclides and other toxins

Organic-based Agriculture
• Increases yields of crops, vegetables and fruits
• Produces superior turf and deep roots
• Enhances uptake of fertilizers
• Replenishes depleted soils
• Promotes ecological balance