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Discovery could help scientists better understand exotic behaviors of electrons.
Federal grant to fund new tools for biology research in high magnetic fields
Looking for better ways to power electronics, topological semimetals may hold the answer.
Looking at environmental changes that occurred in ancient Earth, a research team finds new evidence of how the planet may handle excess carbon dioxide in the future.
35 highlights out of 474 reports representing the best of life sciences, chemistry, magnet science and technology, and condensed matter physics.
Lance Cooley, an expert in the field of applied superconductivity, will join the lab this summer.
Greg Boebinger becomes third MagLab scientist elected by his peers to one of the nation's most prestigious groups.
Featuring 100 demonstrations, the 2017 Open House will showcase the drama, romance and mystery of science.
Game-changing technology may hold the key to ever-stronger magnets needed by scientists.
Alan Marshall has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
A MagLab chemist has won a prestigious award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science that recognizes promising female scientists in the early stages of their career.
The physicists have been recognized for their contributions to innovation, education and scientific leadership.
Combining tremendous strength with a high-quality field, the MagLab’s newest instrument promises big advances in interdisciplinary research.
Scientists pioneer method that enables material to carry more electrical current without resistance at a higher temperature.
A new x-ray instrument will become the strongest of its kind thanks to the power of the MagLab’s flagship split helix magnet.
A new three-year, $1.2 million grant will change the way girls are taught science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in informal educational settings around the country.
Probing the cryptic last row of the periodic table, MagLab scientists uncover secrets of the highly radioactive element berkelium.
A lot of great science happens at the National MagLab every year. Here’s a list of the best interdisciplinary research enabled by our world-record magnets in 2015.
With a new $10 million federal grant, an interdisciplinary group of researchers will explore the mysteries of the world’s most radioactive elements.
No insulation? No problem! In fact, by challenging the conventions of magnet making, MagLab engineers created a first-of-its-kind magnet that has only just begun to make records.