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The MagLab is funded by the National Science Foundation and the State of Florida.

How to Work With the MagLab

Want to work with the MagLab to help advance your organization with the power of magnets? We're here to help! 

Interested in learning more about how the MagLab can help advance your business goals? Contact us at or find the expert that best meets your needs through our robust staff search.

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High Magnetic Field Industry Research/Testing

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Want to use the world's most powerful magnets for component testing or R&D to advance your business goals?

Find the magnet or measurement technique that best fits your needs and apply for magnet time.

Florida State University Magnet Research and Development, Inc

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Want to design, develop, build, or test custom magnet systems?

Florida State University Magnet Research and Development, Inc. (FSUMRD) is a direct support organization for magnet development work from contracts, grants, and other sources. align-self-center

Success Stories 

32T Superconducting Magnet

Building a World Record Magnet

The 32T all-superconducting magnet - an R&D 100 Award Winner - is the product of a public-private partnership, built with low-temperature superconductors made by Oxford Instruments and a high-temperature superconductor tape made by SuperPower Inc. 

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Savings on Motors

Researchers are studying ways to make industrial motors more efficient and reliable, improvements that could significantly reduce energy use, save billions of dollars and contribute to a cleaner environment.

Licensing Petroleum Data

Licensing Petroleum Data 

MagLab research on the most complicated chemical mixture known to science helps petroleum companies locate, analyze and process crude oil much faster, cheaper and more accurately.

Doing Business with the MagLab

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Want to become a vendor/supplier of the MagLab? Here's how.

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Want to support the lab with a gift/donation? Learn more about the ways to give. Make sure to designate your gift to the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Fund (F06536).

Last modified on 17 January 2023