Written in laymans terms, flux provides a window into the Magnet Labs culture of curiosity-based research and focus on educating the next generation of scientists. Published twice a year, flux helps to explain how and why the MagLabs equipment and people work to expand the body of modern scientific knowledge.
Distributed to 49 countries on six continents, this magazine is the labs primary publication. Published three times a year, MagLab Reports highlights user and staff scientific research as well as the engineering innovation that makes it possible, and contains news and information about the labs users programs and facilities.
The Annual Report presents the Year in Review by Director Greg Boebinger; reports from the labs user facilities, including science highlights; summaries from the magnet engineering and materials groups and the Center for Integrating Research and Learning; as well as information on the User Collaboration Grants Program, industrial partnerships and other major programs and activities.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory Brochure
Intended for a general audience, the MagLab brochure offers an overview of magnet research and the labs user and education programs. Download brochure (1.7 MB).
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory and its Forecasted Impact on the Florida Economy
This report, produced by the Center for Economic Forecasting Analysis at Florida State University, was published in July 2009. Download report (6.7 MB). A tri-fold brochure based on this report and other information also is available. Download brochure (1.1 MB).
Magnetic Moment: The Artwork of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
A brochure on the striking artwork featured in the Magnet Labs main lobby. Download brochure (428 KB).
- Scientific Journals
A database of research by users and affiliated faculty, including recent unpublished research.
- Research Reports
A database of articles published in scientific journals by Magnet Lab-affiliated scientists and engineers.
- User Reporting
Instructions for MagLab users on how to report research results to the lab.
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