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Making Science for Everyone

With girls and women still facing hurdles in STEM fields, science education expert Roxanne Hughes discussed how to create a more inclusive climate at the MagLab’s recent Science Cafe.

Roxanne Hughes discussed how to create a more inclusive climate at the MagLab’s recent Science Cafe

Sex and the Spineless

We open a can of worms to learn how pheromones help invertebrates regulate population.

Illustration by Caroline McNeil

Building Better Batteries

Thanks to a new NMR technique, scientists can now observe lithium moving through an electrolyte in real time.

MRI images of mice brains, with regions related to mood segmented out: the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and caudate putamen CPu).

Cheaper Ways to Make Strong Permanent Magnets

New technique developed at the MagLab transforms common materials into powerful magnets.

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MagLab Reclaims World Record

The National MagLab reclaims a long-held record with a 41.4-tesla resistive magnet that will make some of the highest fields available to more scientists.

World-record resistive magnet.

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