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With funding from the National Science Foundation, scientists and engineers will determine the best way to build a new class of record-breaking instruments.
Vincent Salters joins the elite ranks of American Geophysical Union fellows.
A material already known for its unique behavior is found to carry current in a way never before observed.
Using tools at the MagLab, scientists pinpoint pigments that are the oldest on record.
"GAP" award will help further breakthrough treatment system for next-generation superconducting magnets.
Lance Cooley brings cool plans for developing superconducting materials and magnets.
Volcanic activity, declining ocean oxygen triggered mass extinction of ancient marine organisms.
Martha Chacón-Patiño to jump-start collaboration that could advance both the treatment of cancer and the study of petroleum.
MagLab geochemist Jeremy Owens analyzed ancient fossils for the multi-institutional study published today in Nature.
The visit marked the first time the Group of Senior Officials for Global Infrastructures has met in the United States.
This research is a promising first step toward finding a way to use graphene as a transistor, an achievement that would have widespread applications.
Finding could make pricey, massive scanners a thing of the past.
When fully installed, the new instrument will be one of the two most powerful magnets on the planet.
The National Science Foundation announces five-year funding grant for continued operation of the world’s most powerful magnet lab.
Scientists and science communicators team up in playful bout that engages physics fans worldwide.
Veteran educator recognized for inspiring kids about science outside the classroom.
A unique way to bond together single-layer semiconductors opens a door to new nanotechnologies.
Made with high-temperature superconductors, the National MagLab's newest instrument shatters a world record and opens new frontiers in science.
Efstratios Manousakis is recognized for his important contributions to computational physics.
Eleven scientists recognized for their remarkable contributions to physics.