Bonus Content

2D Materials, Thermoelectrics and Transistors

2D Materials, Thermoelectrics and Transistors

Thomas Szkopek talks about cool two-dimensional materials and what he learns about them in high magnetic fields.

Metals, Proteins and Tuberculosis

Metals, Proteins and Tuberculosis

Hannah Shafaat talks about the clever tricks that some strains of tuberculosis may be trying to pull off to resist drugs.

What's a Moiré?

What's a Moiré?

What's a moiré pattern? And why are they one of the hottest things in physics today? Let us explain — with a musical twist.

Left: Matt Kirschner, MagLab programmer. Right: Shamti Deemyad, a physicist at University of Utah.

Squeeze, Freeze, Discoveries

By subjecting stuff to extraordinary environments, Shanti Deemyad looks for behaviors that could benefit our everyday lives.

Jose Sanchez interviews physicist Christianne Beekman.

Thin films of frustrated magnets

Christianne Beekman talks about her work growing thin films of frustrated magnets and studying them in high magnetic fields.

Imaging from Molecule to Man

Imaging from Molecule to Man

Ron Heeren talks about how a unique imaging technique that combines microscopes with mass spectrometers can help doctors make on-the-fly diagnoses in the operating room.

Left: Caroline McNiel, Art Director at the National MagLab. Right: Brad Ramshaw, a physicist at Cornell University.

Probing a Superconductor's Properties

Brad Ramshaw uses high-field magnets to study high-temperature superconductors.