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Tag: Postdocs and grad students

Potential Spin Liquid System Explored with Pulsed Magnetic Fields

Scientists investigated a magnetic compound, identifying a possible spin liquid phase in a quantum material that may be a candidate for robust quantum information technologies.

MagLab at the 2023 Aspire Summer Institute

The MagLab Mentoring Director was invited to serve as a facilitator for the 2023 Aspire Summer Institute, a workshop that trains faculty and leaders from STEM departments and professional societies across the US.

National 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.

Amplified Impact: New insight on how small strain affects twisted bilayer graphene

Researchers now have a better understanding of how even a slight tug changes the marvel material.

MagLab’s Chief Scientist Recognized with Prestigious Oersted Medal

The award recognizes those who've had an "outstanding, widespread, and lasting impact on the teaching of physics."

Cracking the Chemical Code of the "Silly String of Death"

MagLab analysis provides new insight about the molecular composition of velvet worm slime, which has long fascinated scientists because of its remarkable qualities.

MagLab Celebrates Invention that Transformed Chemistry Research, and the Man Behind it

The first mass spectrum from Fourier-Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance happened in December 1973. The co-inventor went on to build MagLab’s world-renowned program.

MagLab Researches Better Battery Design

An FSU chemistry team advances work to find batteries that charge faster and last longer.

Shattering STEM Stereotypes

A MagLab biomedical engineering research group blazes a trail for women in science.

The Final Hurdle

The culmination of years of hard work, the dissertation defense is as much an ordeal as it is a ritual.

The Plusses of Peer Mentorship

Young scientists learning the ropes find they get by better with a little help from their fellow students, postdocs and colleagues.

Friends Indeed

An understanding ear, a shot of confidence and emergency babysitting services: For underrepresented women in science, that's what friends are for.

The "Phew" Moment

A team tackling some gnarly physics using tricky techniques rounds a critical corner. Joy ensues. Then, back to work.

How an S.O.S. Signal Can Help Save Young Scientists

Step No. 1 of the scientific process is: Ask a question. Sometimes, when things gets rocky, that means asking for support.

Last modified on 10 August 2022