Electron Magnetic Resonance
Applying high magnetic fields to measurements usually done at low fields, scientists studying enzymes see much clearer results. Read more.
MagLab physicist Oskar Vafek publishes a groundbreaking work on unconventional superconductors in Physical Review Letters. Read more.
Published in Nature Materials
A new way to process Bi-2212 means stronger magnets, better particle accelerators and more awesome science. Read more.
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Science can get pretty complicated at the MagLab. But you don't need a Ph.D. to understand what scientists do here. Watch this 3-minute animation to find out. Watch the video.
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