Tuesday, October 26, 2021

GE extends the implementation of Next Engineers to increase diversity in...

Today, GE launched Next Engineers across three countries in four inaugural cities: Cincinnati, Ohio and Greenville, South Carolina in the U.S., along with Stafford,...

Breaking The Mold: 3D Printing Could Help The Wind Industry Forge...

For hundreds of years, the art of casting industrial components has hardly changed: Design an object, create a model, use the model to build...

GE Renewable Energy’s Haliade-X prototype starts operating at 14 MW

GE Renewable Energy announced today that its Haliade-X prototype in Rotterdam, a port city in the Netherlands, has started operating at 14 MW. With...

Women In Science: How Female Innovators Are Changing the Face of...

As healthcare companies continue to make great strides in innovation, women hope to become even bigger players in the field, both with regard to...

The 5 latest technologies in September you cannot missed

New turboprop engine will elevate the aviation market to new heights, plant-based flu and COVID-19 vaccines, a synchronized camera-projector system that can turn an...

Enhancing employees’ unique identity through GE values

With 28 years of presence in Vietnam, GE has left significant footprints across key business sectors: roughly 30 per cent of all power generation...

A Look Back In Time: How Imaging Technology Helped Crack 6...

In 1895, when Wilhelm Roentgen trained his cathode ray on his wife’s hand and took what may have been the world’s first human X-ray,...

Charged Up: This GE Tech Is Engineered To Speed Up Energy...

Last year, GE made a commitment to becoming carbon-neutral in its own operations by 2030. In GE’s 2020 Sustainability Report, released this summer, the company...

Small Radiology Centers Haven’t Been Getting A Fair Chance At AI....

By Amit Phadnis, chief digital officer at GE Healthcare  What hasn’t COVID-19 changed for healthcare? Clinicians who once performed a handful of virtual visits per week now...