Grant from the U.S. Department of Energy will further research that will help make the next generation of high-energy particle accelerators.
MagLab researchers show that exposure to sun and water causes thousands of chemicals to leach from roads into the environment.
Columbia researchers first to discover a quantum fluid—fractional quantum Hall states, one of the most delicate phases of matter—in a monolayer 2D semiconductor; finding could provide a unique test platform for future applications in quantum computing.
Using a novel technique, researchers uncover secrets hidden deep below the surface of our planet.
New insights challenge current understanding of how ion transport through some cell membranes works.
As head of nuclear magnetic resonance at the MagLab's Tallahassee headquarters, Rob Schurko hopes to expand capabilities and build new magnets.
A model predicts that, unlike the eddies found in classical fluids, a corkscrew-shaped structure transfers rotation from one drop of quantum fluid to another, shedding light on the behaviour of dark matter and neutron stars.
The successful test of concept shows that the novel design, using a high-temperature superconductor, could help power tomorrow's particle accelerators, fusion machines and research magnets.
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.