Wednesday, August 4, 2021
New Technology

New Technology

The Network Of The Future: How 5G Will Power Efficient Industrial...

Building new wind farms is a powerful way of getting more renewable energy to homes and businesses. But what if you could squeeze more...

The Big Picture: As GE Turns 129 Today, One Business Looks...

Michael J. Barber didn’t have to look far afield to find his calling. He was just a senior in high school in Wisconsin in...

GE Scientists Developing Technology to Add COVID-19 Virus Detector to Your...

Awarded National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant to develop tiny sensors smaller than your fingertip that can detect the presence of COVID-19 virus...

Portable Oasis: GE And Its Partners Plan To Build A Box...

Keeping enemies on the run is all part of the job for soldiers in the U.S. Army, yet troops stationed in the world’s hot...

The 5 medical highlights of 2020

The turbulent year has passed, health became the most concern and medical technologies have been successfully developed all around the world. Among them, the...

The 5 coolest things on Earth this week

Under Pressure Diamonds naturally require billions of years and blazing-hot temperatures to form — but researchers found a way to do it at room temp...

Technology news in October

Plastic Recycling That Works The technology could help the world dispose of its plastic waste, which is otherwise difficult to recycle. Image credit: University of...

Eyes In The Sky: Tiny Sensors Will Keep Tabs On Wind...

Athletes have been wearing electronics that can bend and flex to the shape of their bodies, revealing how many miles they’ve logged, current heart...

The Burning Question: Can Supercomputers Teach Engineers To Build Better Engines?

How hot is a jet engine? So hot that scientists have been enlisting the world’s most powerful computers to figure out how to cool...