GE SPINlab™ was first introduced to Wi by a hardware partner, who presented one of the most technically challenging projects that Wi has been involved with. GE was commercializing a new modality in cancer cell detection, the methodology of which required subjecting a consumable to several extremes: temperatures ranging from 0.8 ˚K to 130 ˚C and a pH of 1.7. This program required many new processes and test systems to be developed. The final product of these efforts, the SPINlab™, became the newest product released by the GE spinoff group Research Circle Technology. SPINlab™ is the first high-throughput, fully-automated hyperpolarizer requiring minimal helium. It has an integrated fluid path, quality control system and simultaneously hyperpolarizes multiple samples of pyruvate to produce imaging agents. SPINlab™ promises to deliver a new standard in cancer diagnostics and imaging efficacy.