• Simultaneous Monitoring of Greenhouse Gases with FTIR

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  • Analysis of Aldehydes using Post-Column Derivatization by High Performance Liquid Chromatography

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  • Thermal Denaturation Analysis of Super Thermostable Cellulase by Circular Dichroism

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  • Analysis of Automotive Fluids using FTIR with an ATR Accessory

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  • Multi-Layer Film Analysis by Ellipsometry

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  • Fluorescence Detection in the Detection of Counterfeit US Currency

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  • Separation of Basic Drugs by Supercritical Fluid Chromatography

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  • FTIR Microscopy for the Analysis of Polymer Laminates in Beverage Packaging

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  • CD Spectra Measurement using a OneDrop Microsampling Disc

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Education and Training Seminars

Education and Training Seminars

JASCO offers both on-site training and regularly scheduled training seminars at our Easton, Maryland applications lab.

Upcoming Training Sessions

Meet Carlos Morillo

Carlos comes to JASCO from University of Maryland where he was most recently a Research Scientist with the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering, prior to this position he was a Post Doc at Advanced Industrial Science & Technology in Fukuoka and a Research Scientist at Kyushu University both in Japan where he lived for …

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Explore the latest innovations available from JASCO

  • J-1100 Circular Dichroism Spectrophotometer

    Circular Dichroism J-1100

    The J-1100 is an economical, general-purpose instrument with a compact design to save your lab bench space. The simple yet powerful design is perfect for users looking to make more routine CD measurements in both academia and industry.

  • LC 3

    Integrated HPLC and UHPLC Systems

    The integrated LC-4000 series HPLC provides systems at 500, 700 and 1300 bar for conventional HPLC, Rapid Analysis (RHPLC) and sub 2μm UHPLC, respectively.

  • Automated HTCD

    Automated high-throughput CD can obtain measurements on up to 192 samples without user intervention, eliminating the possibility of human error – saving both time and money.