What makes this magnet particularly special is its large bore size (the space in the middle where scientists place their experiments).
This magnet combines a superconducting magnet of 11.5 tesla with a resistive magnet of 33.5 tesla.
This amazing magnet, located at the MagLab's Pulsed Field Facility inside the Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico, produces the highest non-destructive field in the world.
Want to have a MagLab expert visit your classroom? While COVID-19 is keeping us from visiting in person, you can still bring the MagLab to your students with either Live Virtual Classroom Outreach or Pre-Recorded Outreach Videos.
SciGirls Summer Camps are one-week or two-week hands-on summer camps that inspires middle school girls to pursue careers in science by involving them in various fields of science with professionals who are working in STEM.
These hands-on summer camps provides enrichment STEM activities for campers who express a keen interest in science and engineering and want to develop a better understanding of physics and other fields of study in STEM.
This high-tech spool is one big bobbin.
This crystal isn't just pretty; it's at the core of modern communication.
MagLab staff help local teens build a robot designed to score in basketball.