Recent Blogs

March 2020

Protecting Endangered Species – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Forensic Lab in Ashland, Oregon is helping to stop the export and import of rhino horn. The only wildlife forensic lab of its kind in the world, their work is identifying illegal exports and imports of products made from endangered wildlife as well as protected natural resources. JEOL is proud to share this story about how the AccuTOF-DART mass spectrometer is used to accurately identify the presence of rhino ...

December 2019


Thomas G. Huber: November 18, 1936 - December 2, 2019

JEOL USA is saddened by the passing of its former President, Thomas G. Huber on December 2, 2019. Those who knew him often recall his larger-than-life personality, positive influence on employees and company culture, and his deep connection to the scientific community. Tom was the driving force behind the formation of the USA subsidiary of JEOL, Ltd. in 1966 and after 37 years of leadership retired as Vice Chairman Emeritus in 2003. Photo taken at ...