Diverse Group of Users
MagLab users work across our seven facilities and are at different points in their careers. About 32% of student users and 23% of postdoc users are female.
Global User Community
In 2017, the MagLab worked with more than 1,800 scientists from 324 universities, labs and companies around the globe. Find out who they are and where they're from.
Online Learning for MagLab Users
This collection of 16 training videos for early-career scientists doing experiments at the MagLab covers everything from noise suppression to visible optics.
More than 1,800 researchers from around the world do experiments at the lab every year (see our 2013-2017 User Institution Map (Interactive map). The lab offers a wide array of resources to these users, including a deeply experienced support staff, customized tools, training, financial support, housing assistance and more.
Attending meetings and conferences is a vital and necessary career-development step for scientists in all disciplines, but such attendance can be financially and logistically burdensome for early career scientists struggling to balance this time-intensive part of their careers with the demands of family life.
Visiting scientists who share the results of their experiments use our facilities for free. In addition, the MagLab offers several funding opportunities to assist with dependent care, travel and other expenses.
Search for a magnet by technique, field strength, bore size or other parameter. Search results also include location, contact information and facility director to help the user select the appropriate magnet system.
The MagLab has a comprehensive set of safety programs designed to ensure the safest possible conditions for faculty, staff, users and visitors. The MagLab uses Integrated Safety Management (ISM) as a process to ensure safe, quality work. Training is required for all staff, faculty and users, as well as for long-term visitors.