We suggest you start with the first video (the introduction) and finish with the last; the tour is designed to flow in that direction. But feel free to jump around if you prefer.
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A brief overview of the lab.
Tour guide: MagLab Director Greg Boebinger
Learn what cryogens are and why the lab couldn't function without them.
Tour guide: Steven Van Sciver
Visiting scientists rely on the expertise of our electricians, machinists, technicians, engineers and other specialists.
Tour guide: Andy Powell
Scientists freeze atoms into submission as they search for the fundamentals of matter.
Tour guide: Tim Murphy
Resistive Magnet Shop
We don't just use magnets; we also design and build some of the strongest magnets in the world.
Tour guide: Mark Bird
The nerve center of the MagLab.
Tour guide: Bryon Dalton
Where the hard work of science gets done.
Tour guide: Scott Hannahs
The 45-Tesla Magnet
The world's strongest magnet is a top draw.
Tour guide: Eric Palm
The 900 MHz NMR Magnet
The world's strongest MRI machine gives scientists stunning images of animal models, proteins and more.
Tour guide: Tim Cross
Ion Cyclotron Resonance Program
ICR slices and dices molecules to reveal exactly what's in them.
Tour guide: Alan Marshall