Tuesday, October 26, 2021

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...

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,...

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...

Building the world that works for all

GE published its 2020 Sustainability Report. GE Chief Sustainability Officer Roger Martella explains how GE is helping address the world’s biggest challenges — leading the...

Building a better scanner

A team of researchers and engineers at Prismatic Sensors AB have developed a revolutionary new way to capture and analyze X-rays that promises to...

Getting Better All The Time: How Lean Management Is Helping Transform...

In the 1970s, a team of researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology traveled to Japan to figure out why that country’s automakers were...

Golden Opportunity: GE Engineering Intern Ahalya Lettenberger Will Swim For Team...

At just 20 years old, Ahalya Lettenberger is already racking up an impressive resume. She studies bioengineering (on the pre-med track) at Rice University,...

Returning To Growth: Boosted By Strong Q2 Results, GE Increases Its...

Reporting GE’s second-quarter results, GE Chairman and CEO Larry Culp said the company delivered a strong performance and that it was returning to growth....

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...