1. Cisco makes waves in the subsea market
Pilots for Emirates, the Dubai-based air carrier, have always flown straight.
The scientific consensus is clear.
Faustin Ngirunwonsanga describes himself as a happy man.
We’ve come a long way from the traditional schooling of prior generations.
There’s always something to see and learn at the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) Midwinter Executive Conference, and this year is no exception.
Martin Wezowski, Chief Designer and Futurist at SAP Innovation Center Networks, goes against the pessimists, saying that change is a driving force for progress: “We’re here thanks to change, not in spite of it”.
GE to help deliver wind energy to 375,000 homes in Scotland GE to help deliver wind energy to 375,000 homes in Scotland
Paris, FRANCE – January 16, 2020 – GE Renewable Energy’s Grid Solutions business (NYSE: GE) has been awarded a multi-million dollar project for the design, supply, construction and commissioning of onshore and offshore wind substations for the Neart na Gaoithe (NnG) offshore wind farm, 12 miles off the Fife coast in Scotland.
When a powerful earthquake struck near the Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince in 2010 — killing more than 220,000 people, injuring more than 300,000 and rendering some 1.5 million homeless — Conor Shapiro was only two weeks into his new job as the director of Health Equity International’s St. Boniface Hospital in a rural area about three hours away.
The peculiar machine described in the 1920 issue of GE Review — essentially a giant engine designed to produce no mechanical power — seems like nothing more than a charming relic from the early years of electrification.