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Recent News

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Search Launched for New MagLab Director

Greg Boebinger is stepping down as director after nearly two decades and FSU is launching a search to find his replacement.

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Ancient Meteorite Offers Glimpse at the Origins of our Solar System

MagLab analysis finds the space rock is among the most complex materials.

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Play Hands-on Science Games At Maglab Open House

Annual event returns in full force for the first time in 3 years with all of your favorite board, video, carnival, and TV games

Upcoming Events for Scientists

Upcoming Events for Community and Education

MagLab in the News

Graphene-Based Electronics

Source: Semiconductor Engineering | Published: January 2, 2023

National MagLab headquartered at FSU receives $195 million in funding for the next 5 years

Source: The Tallahassee Democrat | Published: December 29, 2022

DOE awards $1 million for bioenergy research

Source: Ethanol Producer Magazine | Published: December 29, 2022

National MagLab secures increased NSF funding of $195 million

Source: Tallahassee Reports | Published: December 26, 2022

Explore our Feature Stories

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Read stories about how scientists are learning more about living structures and investigating diseases with the world’s strongest MRI magnet and the most powerful magnet used for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance.

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Materials Research

Read articles about the new materials scientists are using magnets to understand that will enable faster, smaller, smarter and stronger high-tech products of the future, including quantum devices.

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Read stories of scientists who are working to protect the planet with the help of complex chemical analysis performed on powerful magnets to understand the make-up of dissolved organic matter, PFAS chemicals, petroleum and more.

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Seeking the most powerful magnetic fields on Earth, scientists and engineers from across the world come to the MagLab to explore promising new materials, solve energy challenges, protect the environment and advance our understanding of living things.

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