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User Committee Nominations Open Now

Interested in being a part of the MagLab's User Committee yourself or want to nominate another user? Submit a nomination to your facility director by the end of April to be put on the official ballot.

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Chemicals in Road Asphalt

New research reveals thousands of water-soluble chemicals in asphalt binder that could be released into the environment by rainfall.

Electron microscope image showing cracks in a conductor that was extracted from a damaged Nb3Sn coil that was part of a prototype 11T accelerator dipole magnet built at CERN.

Characterizing Conductor

New research provides a path to understand and better predict damage in superconductor cables for the next generation of higher-field accelerator magnets.

Electron microscope image showing cracks in a conductor that was extracted from a damaged Nb3Sn coil that was part of a prototype 11T accelerator dipole magnet built at CERN.

Bridging a Research Infrastructure Gap

Two lower-field magnet systems create a new path for scientists to perform research at the MagLab.

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Mag Lab partners with Tallahassee firm to market science to industries

A new collaboration model between the National MagLab and a private Tallahassee company can now be leveraged to provide solutions for magnetically enabled technologies, including medical technology, textiles, manufacturing, consumer products & defense

Source: Tallahassee Democrat | Published: January 25, 2021

 

What a magnetized iron screwdriver can teach us about the post-COVID economy

What is hysteresis and how does it relate to both #physics and the post COVID-19 economy? Listen to this story from Marketplace featuring MagLab researcher Liz Green for the explanation.

Source: MarketPlace.org | Published: December 2, 2020

 

OK, What is room-temperature superconducting and will it change everything?

MagLab Chief Materials Scientist David Larbalestier explains the magic of superconductivity and how recent discoveries show we're closer than ever to developing potentially world-changing technology.

Source: Vice.com | Published: November 6, 2020

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