Scientist Peter Tu shares more reflections from his trip to the 2011 Maker Faire in San Read More »
Scientist Peter Tu shares reflections from his trip to the 2011 Maker Faire in San Read More »
GE principal investigator Lynn DeRose discusses the robotic automation system that GE Global Research is starting to build with... Read More »
Taking heat detection to a new level of sensitivity and speed, a team of scientists at GE Global Research, the technology... Read More »
At GE Global Research, we’re constantly building and making new things. Here are 140 of Read More »
The sPI Cam goes inside the Applied Optics Lab to see how optical scientist Dmitry Dylov uses Pi in optics almost every Read More »
Bryan Whalen in the Electronics Cooling Lab at GE Global Research recorded this thermo graphic video of a Morpho butterfly... Read More »
With hospitals busier than ever and not enough staff to meet the higher demand, going to the hospital can be a series of waiting... Read More »
Advancements in healthcare are creating a paradigm shift in how we manage and deliver care. With increasing precision and... Read More »
The emergence of cell therapies represents the latest and potentially one of the most groundbreaking steps in medicine to treat... Read More »
Tumor analysis is a key part of the cancer diagnostic workflow for all patients. Once a mass is removed from a patient,... Read More »
Researcher Andrea Schmitz describes what breast density is and discusses important health and diagnostics points related to... Read More »
Jason Castle is a biologist five days out of the week and an EMT for seven. As an EMT, his job is to get to the scene and figure... Read More »
To commemorate National Cancer Research Month, eight researchers joined together in a technology “relay race” against cancer.... Read More »
GE’s lead researcher, David Moore, shows how this paper-based instrument, the size of a deck of playing cards, enables... Read More »
See how GE Global Research is developing additive manufacturing processes for ultrasound transducers and reducing hours from the... Read More »
Let’s face it—we live in an on-demand world. So why not be able to detect infectious disease, anywhere at any time? Our... Read More »
We often look at a technology, thinking about how we can make it smaller, cheaper, faster and more efficient. But when you’re... Read More »