North or south? Geographic or magnetic? Keeping track of our planet’s poles — not to mention one particular polar resident — is enough to make you say, “Bah, Humbug!”
Shining a Light on Kidney Disease
An emerging MRI technique lights up kidney metabolism, battling a disease that affects more people than breast or prostate cancer.
Meet Leo Li
Learn more about this frequent MagLab visitor's love for sci-fi, knack for fixing things and favorite scientist ever.
Technique Reaps Results
A technique called dynamic nuclear polarization is hitting its stride, using electrons to shine a light on complex molecules. Read more in fields magazine.
A Leap Toward Practical Superconductors
With hydrogen sulfide, scientists make the latest leap forward on the road to room-temperature superconductivity.
Fluorine in a Fullerene
Researchers have generate the first fluorinated and metal-encapsulated carbon nanocages, a process that could lead to clean energy applications such as plastic solar cells.
Share Your Science
If you have conducted an experiment at the MagLab in 2018, it's time to report your findings to us — so that we can share them with scientists around the world.
One Lab, Three Locations
The MagLab is a partnership among Florida State University, the University of Florida and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Our seven facilities offer a variety of tools and techniques for exploring physics, chemistry, biology and engineering in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment.