Researchers investigating a strange material show how it could advance the development of next-generation transistors for the superfast electronics of tomorrow.
For the second time in two years, a physicist associated with the MagLab has won the prestigious Oliver E. Buckley Condensed Matter Physics Prize.
The lab celebrates two decades of awesome science with a new look and renewed commitment to cutting-edge research.
The fun starts Oct. 28 at 5 p.m.
New research in the world's strongest MRI machine may lead to better evaluation of strokes.
A unique magnet developed by the MagLab and Germany's Helmholtz Centre Berlin has reached a new world record for a neutron scattering magnet.
If you think it’s time you learned more about quantum physics, come to the MagLab’s Science Café on Sept. 30.
Research on a meteorite may one day shed light on whether there has ever been life on Mars — and perhaps even help pave the way for future colonization of the Red Planet.
Global partnership is an exciting first step.
MagLab scientists working with graphene — a stronger-than steel, but feathery light material with a myriad of intriguing attributes — have observed new properties that bring this high-tech super material closer to everyday use.
Researchers from Columbia University working at the MagLab have observed a physical phenomenon in bilayer graphene that could usher in a new generation of quantum computers.
A new record for a trapped field in a superconductor could herald the arrival of materials in a broad range of fields.
Scientists working at the MagLab have made a breakthrough in identifying the state from which high-Tc superconductivity emerges. Their results are in the June 19th issue of the journal Nature.
The MagLab and the Bruker Corporation have installed the world’s first 21 tesla magnet for Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance (FT-ICR) mass spectrometry.
Summertime means new faces and new programs at the MagLab
Roxanne Hughes, director of the MagLab’s Center for Integrating Research and Learning, is the newest member of the Tallahassee-Leon County Commission on the Status of Women and Girls (CSWG).
A pioneering study on superconductivity by a MagLab physicist and her collaborators has been published in Nature Physics. It unveils results that shatter long-held beliefs about the effects of magnets on superconductors.
Two MagLab students recently won prestigious 2014 Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation.
MagLab scientist Tim Murphy will talk about extremely cold temperatures and why physicists into quantum mechanics really dig them.
MagLab physicist Oskar Vafek’s latest groundbreaking work on superconductivity.
Tim Murphy has been named the new director of the DC Field Facility at the MagLab.
At the April 1 Science Café, Director Greg Boebinger will celebrate his 10th year as the MagLab’s leader by hosting Science Café at Backwoods Bistro.
New process fosters development of high field magnets and new high-energy particle accelerators.
At the March 4 Science Café, you can learn from NWS forecaster and former storm chaser Jeff Evans about the science of storm predictions and more.
Oxford Instruments has named MagLab physicist Chiara Tarantini the 2014 winner of its Lee Osheroff Richardson North American Science Prize.
Dr. Joanna Long has been appointed Associate Laboratory Director and co-Principal Investigator of the MagLab.
More than 80 demonstrations will be simultaneously underway at the MagLab during Open House.
McKenna specializes in examining petroleum that is particularly difficult to refine. She’ll discuss the nature of oil and the 2010 BP spill in the Gulf of Mexico.