JASCO Corporation was founded in 1958 to provide the scientific community with optical spectroscopy products.
In the mid-1950's a group of researchers in the Institute of Optics of what is now Tsukuba University needed an Infrared Spectrophotometer for their research. Since a commercially available instrument was not yet available at the time, they undertook the challenge to develop their own. The result was quite a success - a reliable instrument with excellent optical performance.
Over the last 46 years JASCO Corporation has continued to attain the highest standards in terms of optical performance, ease of use, and reliability. JASCO has grown to become a strong global company with sales and support worldwide. JASCO Incorporated was founded in Maryland in 1972 to handle operations throughout the Western Hemisphere.
Over the years the JASCO product line has grown to cover instruments used, not only in research but also for routine analysis applications in areas such as quality control, environmental analysis, and process control.
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