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The Big Picture: As GE Turns 129 Today, One Business Looks All The Way Back And Into The Future

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 the 1970s when he landed an internship at GE Medical System, the forerunner…

The GE Brief: April 15, 2021

GE TURNS 129 TODAY   GE turns 129 today, and the spirit of curiosity, innovation and problem-solving that animated its founders Thomas Edison and Elihu Thomson is still very much in the air. GE…

Innovation

Seeing The Unseen: These Machines Helped Unveil Secrets Of The Human Body

Thomas Edison’s light bulb patent was 15 years old when Wilhelm Roentgen discovered X-rays and proved their power by imaging the bones inside his wife's hand. “I've seen my death,” she reportedly…

Arduous path to LNG success

In search of stable and clean energy, Vietnam has put a strong focus on liquefied natural gas, which – though being a fossil fuel – promises to outrun coal with its higher cost efficiency and lower…

Điện khí LNG: Muốn lọt cửa, phải khôn ngoan

Tìm nguồn điện sạch, thời gian hoạt động dài, ổn định trở thành mối quan tâm của ngành điện VN khi phải đối mặt với yêu cầu “đảm bảo cấp điện ổn định” và “không gây ô nhiễm môi trường”. Làn sóng…

The GE Brief: April 13, 2021

VIRUS HUNTERS   A team of scientists at GE Research is working on a tiny smartphone sensor to detect SARS-CoV-2, the virus causing COVID-19, and other pathogens. Led by Radislav Potyrailo, a…

Energy

The Road To Decarbonization: How To Achieve A Lower-Carbon Future? The Energy Industry Has Some Ideas.

There has been a lot of talk in Washington recently about decarbonization and bringing more renewable energy online. Proposals include extending tax credits for wind and solar power and building…

Innovation

The Virus Hunters: A Tiny Sensor In GE Development Could Enable Smartphones To Detect COVID-19 Coronavirus

One of the most daunting aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic involves tracking the spread of the microscopic, airborne coronavirus causing the disease. But what if you could spot its presence via your…

The Vanguard

The 5 Coolest Things On Earth This Week

Scientists used a blood test to diagnose mood disorders, studied whether ultrasound could crack coronaviruses’ spike proteins, and developed an artificial neural network powered by light rather than…

The GE Brief: April 8, 2021

PATENTING THE FUTURE   Before becoming a patent expert at GE Renewable Energy, Kavitha Andoji spent her days dreaming up practical inventions that could save her family in Hyderabad, India, time or…

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