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Eolas Technologies Founder Recognized as Inventor, Philanthropist
Jun 21, 2011 (03:06 PM EDT)

TYLER, Texas, June 21, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicago's leading business publication recently profiled Eolas Technologies Inc. founder and Chairman Dr. Michael Doyle based on his career as an inventor and his ongoing efforts to bring a state-of-the-art health museum to his hometown.

In the June 13, 2011, article, "Inventor Mike Doyle plans a technical marvel of a health museum," Crain's Chicago Business examines Dr. Doyle's business success and his plans to open the National Museum of Health and Medicine Chicago. The article also describes Dr. Doyle's role as a university academic leader prior to founding Tyler, Texas-based Eolas Technologies, one of the world's leading providers of technology innovations.

With a planned opening in 2015, the NMHM Chicago will be a technological marvel unlike any museum in the country, where visitors will find customizable, computer-generated 3-D presentations in place of physical exhibits seen in most museums. The facility also will host several historical exhibits, such as relics from the life and death of President Abraham Lincoln.

"This is an on-demand museum, a 'Fantastic Voyage,'" Dr. Doyle says in the Chicago Business article. "This is not stethoscopes under glass."

The magazine notes that the museum effort is a perfect fit for Dr. Doyle, bringing together his "background as a medical illustrator, his doctorate in cell and structural biology, his career as an inventor and tech pioneer and his business acumen."

Fundraising for the museum is being led by The Buonacorsi Foundation, a non-profit organization established by Dr. Doyle to support projects in the arts and sciences that promise to provide long-lasting positive impact on the human condition.

Dr. Doyle already has provided nearly $3 million to the museum effort, allowing the purchase of the historic 1933 building in downtown Chicago that is undergoing extensive renovations to house the NMHM Chicago.

Eolas conducts leading-edge research and development to create innovative technologies in data analysis, visualization, collaboration and networking. For nearly 20 years, Eolas' innovations have enabled corporations around the world to enhance their products and improve their customers' website experiences.

For more information on Dr. Doyle, Eolas Technologies and the museum, please contact Mike Androvett at 800-559-4534 or

SOURCE Eolas Technologies Inc.