Facts and Features
The MagLab is home to dozens of magnets.
In numbers, images or words, these pages give a glimpse of what the MagLab is all about.
The MagLab is the largest and highest-powered magnet laboratory in the world.
Q & A
This Q & A is designed to separate magnet science and technology fact from fiction.
Believe it or not, the lab boasts some pretty impressive world records.
By the Numbers
Learn how many megawatts we can generate, how low the mercury drops around here, and other interesting factoids.
The dream and the team that gave birth to the MagLab.
Highlights of MagLab history, from 1989 to present.
Awards & Honors
A list of major honors bestowed on our staff since 1990.
Don't know your BKG from your BWO? Find out with this list of acronyms heard around the MagLab and found on this Web site.
Science Show & Tell
There are many paths to science. These short audio slideshows with MagLab scientists and engineers illustrate the varied ways science has captivated them.
Meet the Magnets
We’d like to introduce you to a few of the amazing magnets that make our facility so unique and make possible new discoveries in science.
Meet the Probes
A magnet without a probe is like a drill without a bit. Learn what these crucial tools do and how lab experts make some of the most novel probes in magnet science.
This new and growing section includes features on how we make resistive magnets and other topics.
Team Tesla: How We Keep the World's Most Powerful Magnets in Shape
Our magnets are like world-class athletes – Team Tesla, if you will. They have an awful lot of power, but to stay in that kind of shape, they need to eat and drink – a lot.
Look Who's at the Lab
Profiles of some of the hundreds of scientists who visit our lab every year.
Science Starts Here
This feature showcases young scientists whose careers have been shaped by their experiences at the Magnet Lab.
Clean, Keen, Machining Team
The experienced staff in our machine shop collaborate closely with renowned scientists to create one-of-a-kind magnet parts that make possible experiments done nowhere else in the world.