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On Feb. 22, the lab opens its doors once again, inviting science lovers of all ages to do hands-on activities related to space, time and all things fun and nerdy.
Enabled by a world-record instrument, the images convey vast amounts of data that could be useful in health and pharmaceutical research.
MagLab Chief Scientist Laura Greene recognized by the Tallahassee Scientific Society for her exemplary career achievements in science and contributions to science education and outreach.
In a uranium-based compound once dismissed as boring, scientists watched superconductivity arise, perish, then return to life under the influence of high magnetic fields.
New study resolves a longstanding paleoclimate mystery.
Rising from his post as deputy director, Mark Meisel plans to introduce new instruments and techniques to the facility.
Physicist Christianne Beekman and chemist Yan-Yan Hu have been recognized as outstanding early-career researchers by the National Science Foundation.
Researchers at the National MagLab will study the role sodium plays in this painful disease and test treatments that could offer relief.
Researchers see promise in a cheaper, safer alternative to lithium batteries.
Move aside, electrons; it's time to make way for the trion.
A new study reveals a suite of quantum Hall states that have not been seen previously, shedding new light on the nature of electron interactions in quantum systems and establishing a potential new platform for future quantum computers.
Using powerful instruments at the National MagLab, scientists discovered that older dissolved organics from deforested areas were more energy-rich, and potentially more harmful to the planet.
Emergence of unusual metallic state supports role of "charge stripes" in formation of charge-carrier pairs essential to resistance-free flow of electrical current.
The compact coil could lead to a new generation of magnets for biomedical research, nuclear fusion reactors and many applications in between.
In a crystalline structure that locks a heavy atom in a metal cage, scientists find a key to materials that can turn heat into electricity, and vice versa.
In a hydrogen-packed compound squeezed to ultra-high pressures, scientists have observed electrical current with zero resistance tantalizingly close to room temperature.
A young computer programmer was surprised by not one, but two awards for building systems crucial to running the lab's magnets.
Lab veteran Tim Cross has been named 2019-2020 Lawton Distinguished Professor by his peers.
Findings clarify the role of sodium increase early in migraines and point to the region where symptoms may start.
State-of-the-art instrument will be used in materials and next-generation magnet research.