News & Events

Are electrons stronger in pairs?

MagLab physicists released new research published in Nature Communications that could help answer a looming question.


Science: What's to Love?

Quite a lot, say visitors to our 2015 Open House. See why they heart science ... then tell us what you love about science!


Congresswoman Tours the MagLab

U.S. Rep. Gwen Graham toured the MagLab at the recent Open House, visiting two decades after her father dedicated the place.

Gwen Graham tours the MagLab.

Twenty Years and Counting

The MagLab celebrates two decades of ground-breaking science and innovation.

Al Gore and other dignitaries at 1994 MagLab dedication.

Quantum Criticality

Scientists using our magnets bolster theory that quantum fluctuations drive strange electronic phenomena.

Qimiao Si

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Latest Videos

Strange Way to a Nobel

Eric Betzig, recipient of the 2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, discusses the path (including periods of unemployment) that led to the prize.

Latest Science Cafe

MagLab Director Greg Boebinger talks about the aesthetics of magnet making.

Science: What's to Love?

What's to love about science? Quite a lot, say visitors to our 2015 Open House. See why they think science is awesome ... then tell us what you love about science!

2015 Open House

This big, brainy and boisterous science extravaganza featured dozens of hands-on demos about magnetism, electricity and a whole lot more.

Stuck on Science

We heart science at the MagLab — on Valentine's Day and every day! Come to our Open House (Feb. 21, 2015!) to get your dose of science love!

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Last modified on 24 March 2015