GE-19 Tech Stories From 2015 You Should Know About

By Dec 26, 2015 by Tomas Kellner | GE Reports There were many tech stories that caught our eye in 2015. Here are 19 examples that either touch on GE technology and research or received funding from the company. They stretch from the depths of the Read More »

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What’s Inside A Jet Engine? These Scientists Are On A Search And Don’t Destroy Mission To Find Out

By Dec 15, 2015 by Todd Alhart | GE Reports Dr. Waseem Faidi’s research playground looks an awful lot like a high-tech hospital room. There’s the large white doughnut of a computed tomography scanner and a medical bed surrounded by digital dials and other instruments Read More »

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GE-This Veteran Materials Scientist Leads the Brilliant Factory Revolution

By Mark Egan, GE   When Christine Furstoss joined GE 26 years ago, she was a hands-on materials scientist who made new turbine parts. She remembers it as a painstaking, arduous and often frustrating process. “Two decades ago, if I had to change a material Read More »

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GE-Atomic Bonding from a Bottle? These Scientists Use Supersonic Spray to Repair Turbines

By Tomas Kellner, GE Reports   Two years ago, scientists at the GE Global Research labs (GRC) in upstate New York found a futuristic way to fix things: blowing metal powder, at four times the speed of sound, onto parts in need of service. “The Read More »

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America Makes Announces Awardees of $8M in Funding for Project Call #3

Nine Teams Awarded; 60 Organizations Teaming to Advance Additive Manufacturing Technologies Youngstown, Ohio — July 13, 2015. America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, is proud to announce nine awardees of its Project Call #3 for additive manufacturing (AM) applied research and development projects. Read More »

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GE Reports-Body of Knowledge: New Machine Can See Bones, Organs in Stunning Detail

  Computed Tomography (CT) scanners are often the first imaging technology many patients encounter when doctors suspect serious disease or injury. The machines use a narrow beam of X-rays processed by a computer to create slices of the body and assemble them into detailed 3D images. Read More »

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An AMazing® Exclusive Q&A Interview with Anteneh Kebbede, GE Research Center

GE (NYSE:GE) researchers recently announced the use of a process called “cold spray,” in which metal powders are sprayed at high velocities to build a part or add material to repair an existing part. Cold spray is part of GE’s expanded additive manufacturing toolkit. GE Read More »

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An AMazing® Exclusive Interview with Prabhjot Singh, Manager of GE’s Additive Manufacturing Lab

GE is committed to additive manufacturing (AM) with a global team of 600 engineers at 21 sites driving additive and other advanced manufacturing technologies. In an exclusive AMazing® Q&A session, we asked Prabhjot Singh, manager of the Additive Manufacturing Lab at GE Global Research in Read More »

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