From Thomas Edison’s first commercially viable light bulb to the first x-ray machines, GE researchers have a history of redefining what’s possible. GE was there for the first walk on the moon; we created the first television broadcast, the first man-made diamond and the first jet engine.
But we didn’t stop there. Today, we’re building upon the past to drive innovation for the future. At GE Research, we have a relentless passion to find solutions for tomorrow’s problems, developing groundbreaking technologies that improve people’s lives and change the world. Building, powering, moving, curing. This is where we turn research into reality. This is GE Research.
At GE Global Research, we’re redefining what’s possible. From designing, modeling and printing large additive parts to electrochemical machining of jet engine parts, our work at Global Research is world-renowned. The GE Research Manufacturing team includes scientists and engineers with broad expertise in mechanical, electrical, chemical, controls, physics, and software. The team is focused on using all of the interdisciplinary knowledge at GE Research to challenge the status quo of legacy manufacturing operations and enhance the producibility of cutting edge designs for our customers.