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Aviation

In It For The Long Haul: Powerful Engine That Helped Open The World Passes 100 Million Hours In Flight

Big things often come from humble beginnings. Take the GE90, a jet engine so powerful it started a decades-long revolution in passenger aviation that is still ongoing. The engine allowed large…

Aviation

The Story Of The 1st US Jet Engine: The Hush-Hush Boys Wanted To Win The War But Ended Up Shrinking The World

The Plot The year was 1941. World War II was raging in Europe and Nazi bombers over London were as common as rain. It was also when a group of GE engineers in Lynn, Massachusetts, received a secret…

Precision Medicine

New Nuclear Scanner Gives Doctors An Inside View Of The Body

For millennia, doctors hoping to catch a glimpse of what’s happening inside a patient had very few options aside from cutting the body open. But that changed in 1957, when American electrical…

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В условиях пандемии коронавируса GE реализует программу поддержки систем здравоохранения по всему миру, в том числе в Казахстане Пандемия COVID-19 обернулась глобальным испытанием на прочность для…

Renewable energy

Bango gets big bang for buck from Cypress wind-turbine tech

There’s been more than a little jubilation in the offices of clean-energy developer CWP Renewables, as the arrival in Newcastle of the first of 46 ultra large GE Cypress turbines — each of which can…

The GE Brief: July 29, 2020

Q2 RESULTS   Recognizing a still-difficult COVID-19 environment, GE Chairman and CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. told analysts and investors during GE’s second-quarter earnings presentation on Wednesday,…

The GE Brief: August 4, 2020

LEADING THE WAY   When Brianna Washington was pursuing her degree in mechanical engineering, chasing a dream she’d had since she was a kid on the southeast side of Chicago, she often found herself in…

diversity

Leading The Way: Being A Black Woman In Engineering Comes With Many Obligations

Brianna Washington always felt a little different. Growing up on the southeast side of Chicago, she was surrounded primarily by other Black kids until switching to an all-girl, predominantly white …

Aviation

The Last Of The Hush-Hush Boys: Joseph Sorota, Who Helped Build The First U.S. Jet Engine, Dies At 96

Joseph Sorota, likely the last member of the World War II-era top-secret team that designed the first U.S. jet engine, died Saturday at his home in Singer Island, Florida. He was 96. Sorota was still…

Q2 2020

A Challenging Second Quarter: GE CEO On Navigating The COVID-19 Economy

Recognizing a still-difficult COVID-19 environment, GE Chairman and CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. told analysts and investors during GE’s second-quarter earnings presentation on Wednesday, the company has…