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  • It's lab time! We are excited to partner with Discovery Place in Charlotte to bring students closer to STEM:

    Lab Time: Students Get Hands On With STEM

    Dressed in a white lab coat, sixth grader Alex Lopez from Charlotte Lab School helped mix liquids in a beaker. He watched until the liquid turned a shade of blue, which then he and his peers could match to the pH scale. It was alkaline. "Science is my favorite type of learning," Alex said.

  • We’re honored to be #1 in the electronics industry for the 13th year on Fortune Magazine's list of the World's Most Admired Companies! Read:

    The World's Most Admired Companies for 2019

    Here is Fortune's list of the World's Most Admired Companies for 2019, as ranked in their industries.

  • "The company starts with a known problem – like the delays passengers can face while an airline tracks down a fueling truck from the other end of the airport – and then tries to find a way to solve it via software and data analytics." - Read more in Bloomberg:

  • Shopping season is in full swing. Whether it’s online or in-store or some combination of it – the retail industry is expected to deliver:

    'Tis the Shopping Season: 4 Holiday Retail Trends

    Shopping carts - both virtual and in-real-life - are ready.

  • Honeywell Hometown Solutions recently sponsored a science fair in Mexico City, featuring the innovations of students from 11 area schools:

    Lesson of The Day How To Go Greener

    Eleven schools shared their ideas at a Science Fair in Mexico City.

  • "Inclusion and Diversity is more than something that’s nice to do … it’s essential to everything we are trying to accomplish. To be a world-leading technology company, we must leverage the unique talents, skills and perspectives of all our employees,” - Darius Adamczyk, Chairman and CEO Read more:

    Honeywell Honored for Diversity

    Darius Adamczyk Accepts Corporate Visionary Award from Latino Corporate Directors Association

  • Our very own software leader, Que Thanh Dallara, was recently named a “Woman Worth Watching” by Profiles in Diversity Journal.

    What it Takes to Become a 'Woman Worth Watching'

    According to Que Thanh Dallara, she gets to work on "really fun stuff." As the President and CEO of our Connected Enterprise division, she leads efforts in software innovation, including IoT solutions, data analytics and new business development.

  • We’re proud to support veterans around the world.

    9 Awesome Companies Hiring Veterans Now!

    As we celebrated Veteran's Day this month, we're highlighting companies who have made a pledge to hire the men and women who serve and have served our country. "Some outstanding examples of companies that have been embracing combat veterans are: Halliburton, Amazon, General Electric, US Customs and Border Protection, Hilton Worldwide, and others," says Adam Gonzales, founder of, a private security job market.

  • Sherman, a senior software engineer in Atlanta, GA, talked to Minority Engineer Magazine about his experiences at Honeywell. See more:

  • Thank you, everyone, that came out to our HQ in Morris Plains, NJ for last weekend's Hackathon!

    The Hackathon is on!

    And is helping to improve the travel experience Flying on airplanes is full of ups and downs for everyone from passengers to pilots to maintenance crews to air traffic management. To improve the travel experience for all, developers recently came together for a hackathon at Honeywell's headquarters in Morris Plains, New Jersey.

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