Wednesday, August 4, 2021

Pride In the Name Of Love: Finding Strength To Come Out...

In November 2019, two days before his wedding, David Ilécio flew nine hours from Milwaukee to his mother’s home in Brazil. After a lifetime...

Second Wind: GE And Partners Seek To Recycle Turbine Blades In...

Wind power is a fast-growing source of renewable energy, but that doesn’t mean the industry isn’t trying to lower its carbon footprint.  One way...

Rising To The Challenge: The Future of Flight And How We...

Since the first engines developed by CFM International entered service in the early 1980s, the joint venture between GE and Safran Aircraft Engines has...

The Future Of Flight: Engine-Maker Unveils New Technology Development Program To...

Travis Harper’s life has always been full of planes. Growing up two blocks away from Midway Airport on the south side of Chicago, there...

The Big Picture: GE Healthcare’s Latest Acquisition Could Help Open A...

Julia Casey is a biochemical engineer by training, but she is also a dealmaker at heart. “I like doing deals,” says Casey, who serves...

Deep Water Wind: These Huge, Floating Wind Turbines Could Help America...

Over the past 20 years, wind power has become an important component in America’s renewables mix. Wind farms have sprouted in many parts of...

GE Partners with #GMIS2021 to Explore the Benefits of Digitization, Lean...

GE and the Global Manufacturing and Industrialisation Summit (GMIS) have announced a partnership to explore the role of digitization, lean manufacturing, and workplace safety...

Digging Data: How One GE Scientist Is Exploring A Goldmine Of...

Some people hunt for forgotten treasures at weekend yard sales. For Sarah Lukens, the hunt for hidden riches has become a day job. But Lukens,...

The Way Forward: How GE Engineers Are Helping Build A Path...

In the five decades since the first Earth Day, the world has made much progress in understanding the perils posed by climate change and...