• Going Nano graphic by Caroline McNiel
  • Going Nano

    Summer-Fall 2017

    From nanorockets to nanocages, good science can come in tiny packages — all with the aim of solving really big problems.

  • Simulating the Sun
  • Simulating the Sun

    Summer-Fall 2017

    By manipulating plasma with magnets, scientists are creating the same kind of energy produced by stars.

  • High Fields at Home
  • High Fields at Home

    Summer-Fall 2017

    A lot of the research conducted in powerful magnets ends up having a powerful effect on our day-to-day lives. Here are some examples of ways high-field research across the globe is making our lives safer, greener, more productive and more efficient.

  • Slow train to science graphic by Caroline McNiel
  • Sex and the Spineless

    Summer-Fall 2017

    Chemist Rebecca Butcher studies the pheromones they secrete in order to communicate with each other.

  • Paul Canfield - Weaving a science web.
  • Weaving a Science Web

    Summer-Fall 2017

    For great research to spread through the world, it takes a lattice.

  • Origin Stories photo by Stephen Bilenky
  • Origin Stories

    Summer-Fall 2017

    Jim Cleaves gets down to earth about how life began on our planet.

  • Whiteboard as Canvas
  • Whiteboard as Canvas

    Summer-Fall 2017

    The eyes of an artist reveal the beauty and emotion behind this quintessentially scientific medium.

  • From the Lab to the Living Room
  • From the Lab to the Living Room

    Summer-Fall 2017

    How do science innovations made possible by high magnetic fields make it from the laboratory into your life?