Our fridges are plastered with our life stories. Tell us what your icebox says about you.
Homogeneous magnets make data clearer for scientists. The MagLab has some of the most homogeneous magnets in the world.
Postdocs face big challenges as they learn the ropes of real-life science. The MagLab and other institutions are doing more to help them make the most of these years of intensive training.
At the MagLab, back to school means back to cool … as in cool science lessons, teacher workshops, internships and other STEM education programs.
A material that you may never have heard of could be paving the way for a new electronic revolution.
We celebrate one of our flagship magnets and its decade of service to science.
If you build fun, hands-on, science excursions, the girls will come. That's what SciGirls Summer Camp is all about.
Ten years and 260 girls later, we look back at the impact of SciGirls, a unique, hands-on summer camp for girls who dig science, by talking to two former campers.
Getting a PhD in science is an arduous feat; for some minority students, it can be especially challenging. The MagLab is working to give these students the tools and opportunities they need to see their journey through.
Many scientists and engineers at the MagLab moonlight as moms and dads. What can they teach the layperson about raising scientists — or better kids?
The National MagLab looks back on two decades and offers a glimpse into the future.
When young designers imagine the MagLab’s public areas, the unique collaboration creates more than just ideas.
With just a week to use a magnet, researchers work around the clock to eek out as much data as possible.