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Four Uses of Data Analytics in the Food and Beverage Industry

July 30, 2020

Consumers expect a certain consistency in quality and taste from the food and beverage brands they love. But many factors can influence the way a product tastes when it reaches the consumer – ranging from the manufacturing process to seasonality of ingredients to storage temperatures. Similarly, a number of other factors may influence the overall quality attributes that matter, such as alcohol content of beer or stability of the whiskey aging process.

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Process Optimizations That Help Chemical Manufacturers Weather the Corona Crisis

April 30, 2020

In the midst of a global crisis, many industrial manufacturing operations— including those in the chemical industry— are faced with shortages of supplies and equipment, or staff reductions, and finding it difficult to keep operations working as normal. Are there process improvements or tools that can be used to manage production more efficiently during this time of COVID-19 (and moving forward)?

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How One Company Integrated Data to Implement Real-Time Bioprocess Monitoring

September 4, 2019

Most biopharma manufacturing companies are keen to adopt new methods that would streamline production, reduce errors and ensure product quality. That was the goal of Bristol-Myers Squibb when they implemented a complex real-time process monitoring system that involved integrating data from a number of different technologies, systems and vendors to gain greater control over complex batch processes.

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OPLS vs. PLS modeling to improve bioprocess yields of batch processes

March 6, 2019

In industries that depend on bioprocessing, achieving the highest possible yields in the shortest time frame, while keeping costs down and product quality high is often challenging. Meeting these goals requires having a well-designed, well-defined and well-controlled process. And at the core of any effective process control is a set of effective process modeling tools.

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Reducing batch-to-batch variability of botanical drug products

January 14, 2019

The natural variability of botanical material often makes it difficult to ensure a consistent quality process for pharmaceuticals made from plant-based products. In addition, botanical drug products (BDPs) are often produced using a series of separate batch processes, which adds even more variability into the manufacturing process.

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