As part of a surface mine emergency team at Peabody Energy's Bear Run Mine, Jason A. Bradbury has trained to remove people off of heavy mining equipment in the event of a medical emergency or injury.
Scottish researchers recently developed a system that could enable the discovery of dangerous structural weaknesses using only sound waves.
The amount of jobs in question is still unclear, but local newspapers are indicating that 180 to as many as 600 employees might lose their jobs.
Electric vehicles, or EVs, have taken the automotive world by storm this year, but they have one major downside—all those electrical parts.
Honda is launching an unprecedented U.S. ad campaign urging owners to get vehicles repaired if they have been recalled to fix defective air bags.
General Motors will make a series of changes to its vehicle warranty and maintenance programs after they failed to generate more interest among car buyers.
The Justice Department is at odds with Google and privacy groups over the government's push to make it easier to locate and hack into computers in criminal investigations, a simmering conflict with constitutional and policy implications.
Egypt’s demand for electricity is already outstripping supply, and the government is seeking fast ways to boost it. GE found one.
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board on Wednesday released a technical analysis of the Horsehead refinery explosion, which killed two workers and seriously injured a third in Monaca, Pennsylvania.
Andrew Waycott weighs in and offers five benefits of MES.
Bob Farrell, CEO of Kewill, offers expert insight into the importance of transportation and warehouse management that can help manufacturers save money and maintain excellent customer relations.
Toyota is the first car company ever signed up by the International Olympic Committee.
The Golden State appears unlikely to ban the practice of drilling for oil using fracking.
Palcohol's go-ahead from the FDA is an about-face from the bureau's previous stance.
Science Of Superheroes: Swedish Scientists Modified E.coli Bacteria To Manufacture Amazing Spider SilkMarch 12, 2015 2:04 pm | by GE Reports | Comments
Scientists have proven that harvesting spider silk proteins from goat’s milk works. But a new crop of companies working to commercialize synthetic spider silk, such as Sweden’s Spiber Technologies AB, are moving beyond “spider goats.”
Advanced Technology Systems President Jeff Owens offers insight into how SkillPoint™ Training can create a more expert workforce.
For better or worse, the Internet is woven into our everyday lives. We go online for everything, from looking up movie trivia to booking dental appointments, to buying new homes.
Yes, this is already happening.
NASA is poised to send four identical spacecraft on a billion-dollar mission to study the explosive give-and-take of the Earth and sun's magnetic fields.
A Soyuz capsule carrying two Russians and an American landed in Kazakhstan on Thursday, ending the astronauts' nearly six months aboard the International Space Station. The capsule carried Russians Alexander Samokutayev and Elena Serova and NASA's Barry Wilmore. They blasted off for...