TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A new website launched by the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in January offers site visitors more science content, a revamped education section, and a modern, mobile-friendly look that better showcases the lab’s instruments, research output and expertise.
Integrating the National MagLab’s new brand, the site features significant enhancements for its varied audiences, including:
- Dozens of new pages written by scientists that showcase the measurement techniques available to scientists at the lab’s seven facilities.
- Details on new magnets being built at the MagLab that will open new frontiers in research
- Monthly science highlights that promote the most exciting new research at the lab
- Updates on high-profile publications generated by MagLab research
- Search functions for finding the magnets and measurement techniques needed for your experiment
- Easy access to experiment schedules and to the system for submitting proposals
For educators and students
- A new educational section called “Magnet Academy” designed for teachers, students and other curious people
- Dozens of interactive tutorials updated with a fresh look that works across platforms
- Ability to filter educational content by age, grade level and topic
- A responsive site that adapts to your device
- A clean, modern design featuring more photos, image galleries and lab panoramas
- A calendar to keep you up to date on MagLab events and deadlines
- Better integration with MagLab social media
- More stories for lay readers on the lab’s people, research and tools
- Numerous features that make it easier to find content
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory is the world’s largest and highest-powered magnet facility. Located at Florida State University, the University of Florida and Los Alamos National Laboratory, the interdisciplinary National MagLab hosts scientists from around the world to perform basic research in high magnetic fields, advancing our understanding of materials, energy and life. The lab is funded by the National Science Foundation (DMR-1157490) and the state of Florida. For more information, visit us online at nationalmaglab.org or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest at NationalMagLab.