• G&H offers a variety of Housings, Connectors, And Patchcords, differentiated by housing type and pigtail. G&H can provide its components and modules terminated with a wide variety of connectors.

  • As a company that specializes in troubleshooting complex systems and equipment, especially in regulated industries, we have gained expertise in Automation & Information Technology (IT) systems. These systems are the foundation of the manufacturing equipment and processes we have been commissioning and qualifying for over 20 years. Our teams work to deliver fully functional and compliant, mechanical and automated systems to our clients. Our expertise extends from specification, through implementation and startup, and into true process optimization.

  • The SP Hull LyoStar 4.0 designed and built to enhance speed to market of biopharmaceutical products and represents a significant advancement in freeze dryer engineering. Based on a full-scale production freeze dryer to support rapid-scale-up, LyoStar 4.0 is a pilot-scale lyophilizer offering superior shelf mapping, rapid shelf freezing, unmatched process accuracy and reliability. It also includes a cutting-edge suite of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) tools augmenting SP's Line of Sight™ suite of technologies which overcomes critical lyophilization challenges during development, scale‑up and manufacturing of a biologic.

  • Optimize your workflow productivity and get complete confidence in single cell seeding and clonality assurance.

  • The importance of strategic process development (PD) as a program advances cannot be overstated. It is critical to increasing yields, achieving product quality expectations, and lowering the cost of goods while meeting clinical development milestones.

    The Center for Breakthrough Medicines (CBM) has a PD team with unrivaled experience building and optimizing processes for commercial cell and gene therapies.


  • When Is Intelligent Healthcare Packaging The Right Choice

    When packaging engineers and brand managers imagine what they can achieve with the help of new packaging technologies, it’s difficult to know where to start since the potential use cases, goals and outcomes of product packaging have grown so significantly. What’s more, the technology itself can be confusing. This article is intended to help those involved in the conceptualization and development of healthcare packaging understand the capabilities of packaging technologies and determine the best choices for their products, as well as for patients and consumers.

  • Advances In Piezo Nanopositioning Controllers – Digital Vs. Analog

    Digital piezo nanopositioning controllers have a reputation for being expensive and only cost efficient in high-end applications. A recent new design approach has changed this situation, making advanced digital control features affordable for main stream piezo motion applications.

  • Scale From Cell Factory Systems To A Bioreactor Without Affecting CQAs

    The challenge was to identify an effective, replicable, and large-scale LVV manufacturing process to meet the growing manufacturing demand without affecting critical quality attributes.

  • Harnessing The Power Of GIS To Improve Customer Service

    Learn how White House Utility District, Tennessee’s largest water provider, adapted during COVID-19 to a new service model that ultimately delivered better customer service while also protecting customers and employees.

  • Masking Bitter Drug Taste In Pediatric Formulations With Microcaps

    The challenge was developing a taste masked, convenient dosage formulation of a very bitter API for patients two-years old and older undergoing treatment of HIV infection.

  • Dual Sensor Technology For Heart Rate Measurement

    Over the last several decades, several wearable HR monitoring devices have been developed with the intent of delivering automated, convenient, and continuous HR monitoring. A number of these technologies are wireless and based on photoplethysmography (PPG) signal assessment, which measure changes in blood volume in the microvascular tissue under the skin. Read more about the advantages of PPG and how it compares to ECG.

  • Contributions Of Holography To The Advancement Of Interferometric Measurements Of Surface Topography

    Did Denis Gabor build the first all-optical computer for processing interference fringe patterns? Was Isaac Newton the first to create a synthetic off-axis hologram? Is my white-light 3D profiler actually a digital holography system? These are some of the questions addressed in this paper, which considers the many contributions of holography to the advancement of interferometry for surface topography measurement.

  • Quality By Design: The Highest-Standard Approach To Process Validation

    The challenge was to develop and validate manufacturing processes for two novel molecules, one in phase 1 development and the other in phase 3.

  • Implementing A Unified Lab Management Solution

    A biotech company managing several different LIMS and ELN systems saw increased workflow efficiency, better data quality, and improved decision making with a software solution.

  • Case Study: Electric Vehicle Manufacturing And Precision Metrology

    Ford Motor Company is an American multi-national automaker that recently announced a plan to invest US$22 billion through 2025 in the electrification of their mobility products.

  • Better Enrollment Through Better Data

    In this case study, explore a solution to the industry not realizing the full potential of the data being collected in clinical trials every day.

  • Braving The Complexities Of Immuno-Oncology Trials

    Immuno-oncology trials are increasing in prevalence and, for many reasons, are much more complex than standard clinical trials. Learn how partnering with an experienced central lab can alleviate these challenges, create efficiencies, and save researchers time and expense.