Lynn DeRose
This is the first in a five-part series of dispatches from GE’s Science of Barbecue Experience at South by Southwest.... Read More »
Mark Cheverton
Book publishing and physics don’t seem to have much in common at first glance. I’ve written several books, but the first time... Read More »
Radislav Potyrailo
Hello Earth! We have reached a significant milestone with GE’s radio-frequency identification (RFID) sensors! Our GE Global... Read More »
Ralf Lenigk
Having lived for several years in Southeast Asia, I traveled through regions with increased malaria drug resistance and know... Read More »
John Nelson
As some folks are aware, GE is involved in biotechnology development. Recently, we joined forces with Global Good to help tackle... Read More »
Matt Misner
Malaria is a parasite that infects about 200 million people annually, according the World Health Organization.  The disease... Read More »
David Moore
Tackling a problem as complex as eradicating malaria in the developing world requires collaboration among experts from diverse... Read More »
James R. Maughan, Ph.D.
With apologies to Stephen Hawking for the title of this blog and an acknowledgement of a recent Wall Street Journal article on... Read More »
Mark Frontera
Yesterday, Feb. 4, marked World Cancer Day, a day set aside each year to raise awareness about cancer worldwide. This year’s... Read More »
GE Global Research
In late January while at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, actress Emma Watson took questions on Twitter as a part... Read More »
Joseph Vinciquerra
Several weeks ago I had the privilege of attending the 2015 Global Leadership Meeting held near Lake George, New York. As a first... Read More »
Thomas The Elf
Hi there, Thomas the Elf here. I just returned to the North Pole from GE’s research labs in Upstate New York where we have just... Read More »
Mark Frontera
It is difficult to put into words just how special a gift it is to finally have two healthy children after a two-year-long... Read More »
Valentina Bisio
At the recent One Young World Summit in Dublin (Oct. 15-18, 2014), I had the unique opportunity to discuss global challenges like... Read More »
Vin Smentkowski
After more than two years of planning, it is hard to believe that the AVS 61st International Symposium and Exhibition which took... Read More »
Jigar Shah
With Thanksgiving behind us in the U.S., that can only mean one thing for all the bargain-hunters out there: deals galore!... Read More »
Kristen Brosnan
Last year I had a wonderful opportunity to give an invited talk at MS&T 2013 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada on staying on track... Read More »
Matt Webster
As breast cancer awareness month wraps up, it’s a fitting time to take pause and think about all those whose lives have been... Read More »