Shipping Samples

Need to ship samples or special equiptment to the National MagLab for your experiment? Here are the details.

For DC Field, EMR, ICR or NMR Facilities:

Florida State University Headquarters location – Tallahassee, FL 

Shipping address

National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
Attn: [MagLab User Support/ username]
1800 East Paul Dirac Drive
Tallahassee, FL 32310-3706
For questions, please contact Phil Hill
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Phone: (850) 644-0627

How to ship equipment and samples to the MagLab's DC Field, EMR, ICR & NMR Facilities:

  • Be sure that samples are properly labeled (material, owner, special handling instructions)
  • Samples will be delivered to your laboratory contact
  • For radioactive and biological samples, contact Receiving Department for additional information for shipping procedures since radioactive samples will have to be shipped to FSU campus first before brought out to the MagLab.

Sample return after your experiments the MagLab's DC Field, EMR, ICR or NMR Facilities:

  • Complete pdfShipping Request Form.
  • Provide a general description of sample (generic chemical description, weight, number of individual samples in package, country of manufacture, value, dangerous qualities) to be used in creating a commercial invoice.
  • If you have issues with returning your sample, ask your laboratory contact for help in arranging shipping.
  • Provide the e-mail and phone number for person or department receiving the sample.

For AMRIS or High B/T Facilities:

University of Florida – Gainesville, FL 

AMRIS shipping address

University of Florida
MBI/AMRIS
Attn:
1149 Newell Drive, LG-124
Gainesville, FL 32611
For questions, please contact Office Manager Cynthia Sager Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Phone: (352) 294-4995
For scientific/safety questions that need to be addressed prior to shipment, please contact Staff Scientist James H.P. Collins
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Phone: (352) 273-8373

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HIGH B/T shipping address

Microkelvin Laboratory (Building #99)
Attn:
1819 Stadium Road
Gainesville FL, 32611
For questions, please contact Lab Manager Lucia Steinke:
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Phone: (352) 392-0521

For Pulsed Field Facility:

Los Alamos National Laboratory – Los Alamos, NM 

Shipping address

Los Alamos National Laboratory
Attn: [Name of Point of Contact]
SM-30 TA-35-0127-01U
Bikini Atoll Road
Mail Stop: E536
Los Alamos, NM 87545

For questions, please contact your applicable Support Scientist.

How to ship equipment and samples to the MagLab's Pulsed Field Facility at LANL:

  • Always address the shipment to your point of contact. Otherwise, the LANL mail distribution system is unable to deliver the shipment.
  • Forward the delivery notification from the shipper to your POC so we can follow up at LANL.
  • Please be sure that samples are properly labeled (material, owner, ideally proposal number). If there are special handling instructions, please discuss with the instrument scientist PRIOR to shipment and document them within your shipment.
  • If the samples are radioactive, they MUST be shipped as radioactive materials.
  • If your experiment requires markings on the sample, e.g., to designate the sample orientation during the experiment, please provide markings that cannot be lost (e.g., electric discharge machining marks, scratches, etc.) and indicate how your sample should be mounted. This is especially important for mail-in samples that need to be oriented by the instrument scientist without the user.

Sample return after your experiment at Pulsed Field Facility at LANL: 

  • Completes the pdfShipping Request Form for shipping office to pick up the package and ships it out.
  • Do not ship samples to anyone’s home address.
Last modified on 22 November 2021