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To enable important chemical analysis on proteins, scientists developed a new technique that uses low-cost materials and equipment commonly found in biochemistry laboratories.
The Makeup of MOFs
Using the largest NMR magnet in the world, researchers found new details on the structure of metal organic frameworks, work that could change how drugs are delivered or data is stored in the future.
Boost for Spin Liquid Candidate
The case that ruthenium trichloride is a quantum spin liquid just got stronger, making it a possible building block for future quantum computers.
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MagLab in the News
Girls ages 10 to 12 can come to see themselves as coders in as little as a week. However, if educators recognize girls only for when they play a background role and help others, but not when they are more assertive and confident, then they may not develop their assertiveness and confidence in a way that enables them to succeed as coders.
Source: The Conversation | Published: October 12, 2020
A FAMU-FSU College of Engineering researcher has received more than $1 million to investigate bacteria-related dynamics in one of two new projects supported by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support investigations that have the potential to impact societal health by supporting new diagnosis and treatment methods for diseases. One award is through FAMU and the other through Howard University, both historically Black universities, in a multi-institutional partnership with the FAMU-FSU College of Engineering and the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.
Source: FSU News | Published: September 24, 2020
New research has identified a g-wave superconductor for the first time, a major development in this area of physics.
Source: Science Alert | Published: September 23, 2020