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MagLab Delivers Magnet to European Partners

When fully installed, the new instrument will be one of the two most powerful magnets on the planet.

Members of the MagLab team behind the Nijmegen magnet include (left to right); Joe Lucia, Justin Deterding, Todd Adkins, Robert Stanton, Erick Arroyo, Don Richardson, Lee Marks and project manager Iain Dixon.

MagLab to Receive $184M NSF Renewal Grant

The National Science Foundation announces five-year funding grant for continued operation of the world’s most powerful magnet lab.

Scientists from the University of California, Santa Barbara conduct research on a 35-tesla magnet in the lab's DC Field Facility.

Solving a Science Puzzle

An international science team pieced together a puzzle about biochar, a promising tool in the fight against global warming. Read more in fields magazine.

Esprit de Char Graphic by Caroline McNiel

A Year at the MagLab

Want to understand the scope and impact of the National MagLab in just a few minutes? Check out this short-and-sweet brochure.

2017 At a Glance - MagLab Annual Report

"CellBert" Named Lab MVB

The MagLab hit pay dirt with this handy hire, who works tirelessly to keep magnet areas spick and span and is much admired by co-workers.

Robot vacuum

Find out what's going on at the MagLab by reading the latest news and features, catching a quick video, or viewing our calendar.

One Lab, Three Locations

 
Map of MagLab locations and institutions.

The MagLab is a partnership among Florida State University, the University of Florida and Los Alamos National Laboratory. Our seven facilities offer a variety of tools and techniques for exploring physics, chemistry, biology and engineering in an interdisciplinary, collaborative environment.

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Last modified on 8 February 2018