Mary C. Gannon

Senior Associate Editor, Penton Media

Mary joined Hydraulics & Pneumatics in 2005. She graduated from Boston University’s College of Communication in 1998 with a BA in Journalism. She began her career as a business reporter at a daily newspaper in Greater Cleveland. Prior to joining the H&P staff, she worked in public relations.

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Sep 26, 2012

Stirring the Pot about Air-Powered Cars

A few years ago, I wrote a blog post about Motor Development International (MDI), Luxembourg, and its development of a car that runs on compressed....More
Sep 12, 2012

Hydraulic hybrid bus introduced, receives kudos

Back in the office just a few days and playing catch up on some cool news. I've written about Lightning Hybrids Inc.'s (LHI) hydraulic....More
Jul 16, 2012

A Car that Literally Runs on Air

We've all joked at one point or another about our cars running on fumes when we're low on gas, but a French company is working towards a....More
Jun 06, 2012

Hydraulic hybrid drivetrain gets on the school bus

Anyone who's read my blog or even some of the articles I've authored over the years knows that hydraulic hybrids are one of my favorite....More
Jun 04, 2012

MSOE's Fluid Power Institute set to celebrate 50 years

Just got word the other day that The Fluid Power Institute (FPI) at Milwaukee School of Engineering is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year....More
May 21, 2012

Eaton to merge with Cooper Industries, move global incorporation to Ireland

In huge news for the industry, Eaton Corp. announced this morning that it will merge with Irish electrical equipment supplier Cooper Industries,....More
Apr 26, 2012

Last chance for Vegas

It's less than a week til WasteExpo and our Fluid Power Conference....More
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