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  • A great example of the kind technologies and products we get to work on with our businesses ... helping to turn research into reality.

    GE Installs Prototype Of Its Biggest Onshore Wind Turbine - North American Windpower

    A prototype for GE Renewable Energy's Cypress platform is now fully operational, producing power at a rated level of 5.3 MW in Wieringermeer, the Netherlands. The platform represents GE's largest onshore wind turbine in operation to date. The Cypress 5.3 MW prototype was installed in late 2018 and produced its first kilowatt in February 2019.

  • Exciting work by our Bioelectronic medicine that could lead to new ways to treat diabetes and other metabolic diseases and inflammatory conditions. It takes an interdisciplinary team to do this kind of work, which have with this team - material experts, biomedical engineers, electrical engineers, signal processing experts and more. This is how our Lab works.

    GE, Feinstein Institute Demonstrate Use of Ultrasound to Alter Inflammatory and Metabolic Response | GE Research

    PRESS RELEASE HOME NEWSROOM PRESS RELEASE GE, Feinstein Institute Demonstrate Use of Ultrasound to Alter Inflammatory and Metabolic Response - GE Research and Feinstein Institute for Medical Research bioelectronic medicine teams have demonstrated potentially breakthrough non-invasive methods to regulate dysfunction in the body's metabolic or inflammatory control systems using ultrasound.

  • The future of science and engineering is in good hands. We were so proud to host the Regional Qualifiers for US Department of Energy's National Science Bowl competition for the 26th straight year at our Upstate NY research campus! It is an event that our scientists and engineers love to volunteer their time to support.

    Bethlehem students on to D.C. after Science Bowl victory

    After a barrage of questions in science and mathematics that would likely vex all but the most studious among us, a group of students from Bethlehem High School won the regional championship for the 2019 National Science Bowl competition.


    GE Research on Twitter

    Happy International Women's Day! #IWD19 #InternationalWomensDay - A salute to all of our amazing women scientists and engineers! @generalelectric @GEHealthcare


    GE Research on Twitter

    Happy International Women's Day! #IWD19. Recognizing the amazing contributions and positive impact our women scientists and engineers are having in healthcare and across industries. @generalelectric


    GE Research on Twitter

    Happy International Women's Day! #IWD19 Celebrating all of our great women scientists and engineers whose work is creating a better, brighter future. @generalelectric

  • We work in highly interdisciplinary research teams to deliver cutting-edge innovation in and across our industries. A nice profile here on two of our researchers and how their experience in gaming development and VR/AR is helping us re-imagine industrial inspection.

    When a Passion for Videogames Helps Land That Job

    A passion for videogames is gaining an appreciation among a wide range of employers, who say the pastime will help job recruits with online collaboration, problem solving and other critical workplace skills.

  • Combining our deep industry and engineering domain knowledge with our AI capabilities to revolutionized product design. We call it "putting information to work."

    GE Says It's Leveraging Artificial Intelligence To Cut Product Design Times In Half

    AI is helping computers drive cars, recognize faces, and hold lifelike conversations. GE engineers now say they've used the technology to develop tools that will radically speed up the industrial giant's design process for jet engines and power turbines in its next generation of products.

  • A great example of project work we are doing to transform the electric grid and other industrial applications. Below is one of a couple different partnerships with ARPA-E we have going that are helping to shape next gen grid solutions.

    GE Research Awarded $3 MM ARPA-E Project to Develop World's 1st High-Voltage Silicon Carbide Super Junction Transistor for Next Generation Grid Solutions | GE Research

    GE Research today announced it has received a $3 MM ARPA-E project award to develop the world's 1st high voltage SiC super junction (SJ) metal-oxide-semiconductor field effect transistor (MOSFET) that enables highly-efficient power conversion for next generation MVDC and HVDC grids as well as other applications in energy, aviation and healthcare.

  • A lot of exciting work happening in Third Wave AI at GE Research. And our AI team is driving a new concept in AI we call "Humble AI." As we work to build more autonomy into different industrial applications, Humble AI is among the key technologies that we are applying to instill trust.

    GE is piloting 'humble AI' to introduce business risk to algorithms | ZDNet

    GE thinks artificial intelligence could use a dose of humility where algorithms will have enough awareness to know what they don't know. GE Research said it has been piloting "humble AI" with its digital twin deployments for wind farms and gas turbines. The plan is to build humble AI into GE's digital twin products and services.

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