New research explores the power of intersecting identities in a young Black woman’s STEM experience.

Carlos R. Villa who is usually surrounded by K-12 students now joins a list of prestigious honorees recognized by the Tallahassee Scientific Society for his contributions to science education

Research on MagLab science camp yields a framework for better understanding how to encourage girls and underrepresented minorities in STEM's most male-dominated field.

On Feb. 22, the lab opens its doors once again, inviting science lovers of all ages to do hands-on activities related to space, time and all things fun and nerdy.

To broaden participation in STEM, onsite outreach at the MagLab is now offered in Swahili in addition to Spanish, German and French.

A young computer programmer was surprised by not one, but two awards for building systems crucial to running the lab's magnets.

Lab to serve up heaping portions of science at food-themed Open House on Feb. 23.

Area teachers learn how to explain magnet research conducted nearby to their students.

Ten Florida teachers worked side by side with MagLab researchers during the summer of 2018.

Veteran educator recognized for inspiring kids about science outside the classroom.

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