Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Leading The Charge: As Battery Storage Sweeps The World, GE Finds...

The grizzly bear might be one of California’s most beloved and visible symbols — adorning the state’s flag and seal — but now another...

Digital Air 101: Turning 10 Billion Data Points Into One Super-Efficient...

AirAsia, one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, is all about trendsetting. By introducing affordable air travel to Asia in 2001, its co-founder and group CEO...

GE’s HA Gas Turbine Delivers Second World Record for Efficiency

Chubu Electric Nishi-Nagoya gas plant Block-1 in Japan – powered by GE’s 7HA turbine – has been recognized by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ as...

Energy Makeover: How Operational Know-How And Software Helped Recharge A Stalled...

Early in 2015, Mexico’s Ciudad Juarez, a city of 1.5 million people just south of the border from El Paso, Texas, was set to...

It Takes A Village: New Health Program Brings Wellness, Cost Savings...

Cities around the country are struggling to treat America’s growing opioid crisis. But in the search for treatment they’re often skipping a crucial question:...

Guiding Light: This Indian Village Could Show The Way To 1.5...

When GE Global Research Center engineer Jayesh Barve arrived in Behlolpur, India, in February, he found children and adults from this remote village learning...

Printing Heads: 3D Printing Has Launched A New Era In Aircraft...

Just a decade ago, the idea of 3D printing metal parts directly from a computer file seemed like science fiction to many people. But the technology...

Forever Young: This Texas Plant Gives Middle-Aged Locomotives Extreme Makeovers

GE’s huge locomotive factory outside Fort Worth, Texas, feels like the rumpus room of a giant toddler fond of playing with trains. The place...

Industrial Medicine: Cell Therapy Scales Up

In October, scientists in Boston revealed they’d used genetically modified cells to cure 15 boys of a nerve disease that until now has been nearly 100...