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Seeing Ancient Chlorophyll Through Rose-colored Glasses

Using tools at the MagLab, scientists pinpoint pink pigments that are the oldest on record.

Paleobiogeochemist Nur Gueneli.

Fun & Games with Data

High-field data comes in a boggling array of shapes, squiggles and colors. Play along as we try to figure out what it all means in the latest issue of fields magazine.

Fun & Games with Data graphic by Caroline McNiel

Imaging pH

Scientists are developing an MRI contrast agent that could help doctors map patient pH levels for the diagnosis and treatment of tissue inflammation, cancer and other conditions.

Left: pH-sensitive ratiometric response. Right: A pH map.

Insights into Iron-Based Superconductor

Scientists determined the Fermi surface of CaFeAsF and detected quantum oscillations.

Left: Quantum oscillations in CaFeAsF, Right: Fermi surface of CaFeAs.

Developing Superconductors for the Marketplace

A new grant is helping MagLab scientist Jun Lu develop a novel oxidization treatment for REBCO superconducting magnets.

MagLab physisist Jun Lu.

Prehistoric Findings Shed Light on Modern Climate Change

Study brings into stark relief the disastrous effects a deoxygenated ocean could have on marine life.

Postdoctoral Fellow Theodore Them (left), and Assistant Professor Jeremy Owens.

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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