Incorporating Camp TESLA curriculum into a College Reach-Out Program (CROP) helped expose diverse students to hands-on MagLab STEM activities. 

This virtual 2021 User Workshop on October 12, 2021 featured talks from FAIR Data experts across scientific fields. Speakers shared their best practices for ensuring scientific data is findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable to advance far-reaching goals and build a more equitable STEM ecosystem.

Laura Greene is joining a prestigious group of advisors on US science and technology. 

The world's next most powerful superconducting magnet will be designed at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.

We talked to Esha Atolia about her time as a student in the MagLab's Ion Cyclotron Resonance Facility and how it helped shape her STEM career. Watch and learn about her experiences and what advice she has for young scientists today.

Meet Jiaqi Cai, researcher from the University of Washington, and learn more about how the MagLab's DC Field magnets help him explore topological materials.

New funding will explore the mysteries of the Platinum group elements to investigate possible alternatives to rare and expensive materials used in an array of clean energy applications.

Researchers studied the mechanics of supercurrent flow in state-of-the-art Bi-2212 superconducting round wires and learned that the microstructure of the superconducting filaments is inherently resilient, work that could open the door to new opportunities to raise supercurrent capacity of Bi-2212 round wires.

Scientists at the Pulsed Field Facility recently found that applying an intense magnetic field to the mineral atacamite (a "frustrated" quantum magnet) yields unusual behavior associated with a novel state of matter known as quantum spin liquid.