A far-reaching interview with the lab's director.
Carlos R. Villa gets kids excited about science.
From idea to published paper, every experiment follows a similar path of inquiry.
Hill, originally from outside Oxford, England, talks about the path to a career in science and how he ended up at the helm of a program that had helped to shape his own career.
Chemist Amy McKenna describes her path to science and to the MagLab
Physicist David Graf describes his path to science and to the MagLab.
Scientist Denis Markiewicz describes his path to science and to the MagLab.
Like most people, we'd rather pay less for electricity. Which is one reason (though not the only one) that we use and build superconducting magnets.
Our magnets are like world-class athletes – Team Tesla, if you will. They have an awful lot of power, but to stay in that kind of shape, they need to eat and drink – a lot.
When you have the most powerful MRI machine in the world, there's a lot of exciting research going on. Read about some of the cutting-edge studies we do on neurodegenerative diseases, cancer, tobacco use, muscles and more.
Meet one of the greatest innovators in the history of mass spectrometry, hard at work.
Building the world's best resistive magnets requires clever engineering, top-notch science, superior materials and an obsession with quality control.
MagLab machinists collaborate closely with scientists to create one-of-a-kind magnet parts that make possible experiments done nowhere else in the world.