Corporate Retrospective 2007: Jasco

May 1, 2007

Special Issues

Special Issues, Special Issues-05-01-2007, Volume 0, Issue 0

JASCO Corporation was founded in Japan in 1958 to provide the scientific community with optical spectroscopy products. By the early 1970s JASCO was developing a complete line of separation science instrumentation, including HPLC, SFE/SFC, EC, CE, and Micro-bore chromatography systems.

JASCO Corporation was founded in Japan in 1958 to provide the scientific community with optical spectroscopy products. By the early 1970s JASCO was developing a complete line of separation science instrumentation, including HPLC, SFE/SFC, EC, CE, and Micro-bore chromatography systems. As a result of JASCO's long history and expertise in chiro-optical spectroscopy, the JASCO team was able to segue chiral technology into a series of the world's only dedicated circular dichroism and optical rotatory dispersion detectors. JASCO's chiral detectors complement the family of HPLC detectors, which include multi-wavelength and PDA UV/vis, fluorescence, chemiluminescence, and refractive index. The patented solvent delivery pumps deliver volumes from the micro-bore range to semi-preparative with optimum flow rate precision. The chromatography systems and preparative scale super critical fluid chromatography systems are the latest innovations in the field that will allow JASCO to serve the separation scientists for many years to come.

Congratulations to LCGC North America on their 25th anniversary.

Frank E. Mason

Frank E. Mason III

President and CEO

JASCO Corporation

Easton, Maryland