Tag: Science & Art
You've probably heard of people having MRIs, but what would fruits & veggies look like imaged by a powerful magnet? Try your hand at our new guessing game to put your mind to the test.
Scientific discovery can be a little like a puzzle. Scientists have to process all of their data and put the pieces together in just the right way to see the full picture of their finding. In that spirit, we invite you to play with these virtual puzzles of discoveries and tools at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory.
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.
The alphabet soup favored by many scientists can make difficult concepts downright incomprehensible.
This sports and science mash up features new geeky games inspired by the cool things scientists study in high-field magnets.
And now for something completely different: 10 high-field physics predictions that Monty Python nailed.
The heart of a resistive magnet, the Bitter disk is too beautiful and versatile to be confined to the laboratory.
The eyes of an artist reveal the beauty and emotion behind this quintessentially scientific medium.
Metals plus fatty acids add up to trouble for valuable artwork, but magnets are shedding light on the canvas-marring chemistry.
With a little imagination and editing, discoveries found at national magnet labs could fit as well on a museum wall as they do on the pages of scientific journals.
Magnetic fields are invisibile, but with this activity you can – abracadabra – make the field lines appear!
This iron-packed substance has a dual personality; one second it's a liquid, the next it's a solid. Mix up a batch at home and see how this unique stuff works.
Turn your trash into treasure by creating your own high-field magnet models.
When you take a strip of paper, give it half a twist, and join the ends, you have created a Möbius strip.
Build the structure of carbon, neon, nitrogen and lithium to create a beautiful DIY ornament in this STEM craft activity.
Concrete an understanding of magnetic putty with this hands-on lesson.
Combining subatomic particles, science, photography and more, this lesson can be used in science class or many other subjects.
Keeping track of where on earth our poles are is practically a full-time job.
- Dynamic nuclear polarization
- Energy research
- Health research
- Life research
- Magnet technology
- Mass spectrometry
- Materials research
- NMR and MRI
- Postdocs and grad students
- Quantum computing
- Science & Art
- STEM education
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- 45-tesla hybrid magnet
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- 600 MHz 89 mm MAS DNP System