Hidden messages abound in the cover of our latest issue.
Researchers talk about what they're doing outside the lab to protect our planet and how their training as scientists informs those efforts.
A deeper understanding of petroleum molecules is shedding a harsh light on how some of them behave in our environment.
In the first year of this new decade, we asked researchers about their most memorable first-time experiences as scientists. Here’s what they had to say.
A team tackling some gnarly physics using tricky techniques rounds a critical corner. Joy ensues. Then, back to work.
Researchers put little permanent magnets into large electromagnets to find out how to make them better.
High magnetic fields usually kill superconductivity. But in this material, it brought it back to life.
Using advanced MRI, a mechanical engineer tackles the question: "Why do you have these big fluid spaces in your head?"
With a little imagination and editing, discoveries found at national magnet labs could fit as well on a museum wall as they do on the pages of scientific journals.
The world's largest particle collider is getting even larger, and magnet labs are helping lay the foundation.
An understanding ear, a shot of confidence and emergency babysitting services: For underrepresented women in science, that's what friends are for.
Ernesto Bosque is helping to develop a promising superconductor into tomorrow's powerful electromagnets.
Some manmade chemicals feature bonds so strong they could last forever. And that's a life-threatening problem.
Fields magazine is produced at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory with support from scientists everywhere.