generalelectric Olá! We've launched on Instagram in Brasil! Follow @GEdoBrasil to see next generation #research, #technology, #jetengines, and plenty more from our work in the largest country in #SouthAmerica. #Brasil #GEdoBrasil 3h

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generalelectric Thanks for all of the amazing #GEInstaWalkContest submissions! The contest ends today at midnight so make sure to share your photos before then. Good luck #railfans! NoPurNec18+Rules @ ge.com/instawalk/terms 20h

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generalelectric This football season every gain counts - our sport is no different. Industry is a #GameOfInches, and we play to win. 23h

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generalelectric Don’t forget to submit a photo by midnight on 9/21 for a chance to join the next #GEInstaWalk in Fort Worth, TX! Use #GEInstaWalkContest to show us how you capture the beauty of #engineering. NoPurNec18+Rules @ ge.com/instawalk/ terms 3d

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generalelectric Share a photo with the hashtag #GEInstaWalkContest by 12AM on 9/21 that shows us how you capture the beauty of #engineering for a chance to witness the final assembly process at our locomotive facility in Fort Worth, TX on October 8th. NoPurNec18+Rules @ ge.com/instawalk/terms 5d

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generalelectric It’s time for the next #GEInstaWalk! On October 8th, we’ll explore a #locomotive facility in Fort Worth, TX with @dankhole @benjaminheath, @jayzombie, @chrisozer and @samhorine. We’d also like to invite two of our biggest #railfans along. Share a #photo with the hashtag #GEInstaWalkContest by 12AM on 9/21 that shows us how you capture the beauty of #engineering and and you’ll have a chance to see #locomotives come to life! NoPurNec18+Rules @ ge.com/instawalk/terms 1w

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generalelectric Welders assemble the shell of a #GE 1.5 Tesla magnet at our facility in Florence, SC, where over 1,000 magnets for #MRI machines are manufactured each year. Photo by @seenewphoto. 1w

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generalelectric We have a passion for #fashion, and have even dabbled in #design. Above is our recent collaboration with @JackThreads and @AndroidHomme on The Missions, a re-boot of the footwear we helped design for the first lunar landing. These sneakers, made with advanced materials, got us thinking more about the intersection of science and fashion. So, for #NYFW, we've sent a team of fashion and science bloggers to cover events and shows. View their work on the #GE Tumblr with the hashtag #iOnFashion. 2w

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generalelectric From the top of a #GE 2.5 MW #wind turbine, the view of the Romanian countryside stretches for miles. Photo taken at the Fântânele-Cogealac wind farm by @seenewphoto. 3w

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generalelectric @matthewdear explored our Global Research Center to collect thousands of audio emissions from the world’s most powerful #machines. The result is an original track called #DropScience. Visit soundcloud.com/generalelectric to hear the full track. 3w

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generalelectric "An acoustic signature from a #machine is like a fingerprint from a human. No two sounds are the same.” - Fabian Dawson, #GE Measurement & Control. Learn more about the unique sounds of the world's biggest machines at GE.com. 4w

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generalelectric GE #engineers monitor and record every machine's acoustic signature to perform real-time diagnostics on airplane #engines, #locomotives, power #turbines, and medical equipment. 4w

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generalelectric We collaborated with musician @matthewdear to create a composition, #DropScience, using audio samples from the world’s most powerful #machines. Listen to the full track at soundcloud.com/generalelectric. 4w

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generalelectric A #wind technician silhouetted between two blades of a 2.5 MW #GE wind turbine at the Fântânele-Cogealac wind farm in #Romania. Photo by @seenewphoto. 4w

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generalelectric Black and white looks good on this #GE 2.5MW #wind turbine. Photo shot at the Fântânele-Cogealac wind farm in #Romania by @seenewphoto. 1mon

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generalelectric On August 15th, 1914, the #PanamaCanal officially opened. Over the course of a decade, it took more than 60,000 people, twenty-five million pounds of dynamite, five million cubic yards of concrete and the removal of two-hundred million cubic yards of earth to complete the project that brought San Francisco and New York nearly 8,000 miles closer to each other. Above is an excerpt from a 1926 #GE documentary about the construction of the Panama Canal. In the early 1900s, GE built the world's largest electrical installation at the canal, as well as a fleet of towing locomotives to guide ships through it. Today, the Panama Canal Authority powers its tug fleet with GE's newest marine engines, the Tier 4 series. Here's to celebrating the past 100 years of record-breaking #engineering, and looking forward to the next. 1mon

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generalelectric Looking over the curve of a #turbine wheel. Photo taken by @seenewphoto on the factory floor of our #Greenville, SC facility, where heavy-duty #GE gas turbines are manufactured, tested and repaired. 2mon

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generalelectric A detailed look at the compressor section of a #GE gas turbine being balance tested. Photo by @seenewphoto. 2mon

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generalelectric #GE engineer Lyman Connor was inspired to develop a prototype for a bionic hand after meeting a young man with no hand. He's just one example of what can happen when passion meets work. See the full story at GEReports.com. 2mon

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generalelectric A technician inspects the casing of a #GE gas turbine at our #Greenville, SC facility. Photo by @seenewphoto. 2mon

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