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The Many Frontiers of High Magnetic Field Research

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The National MagLab in the United States exists to provide magnetic fields a million times stronger than the Earth’s magnetic field to thousands of visiting researchers every year. Why would anyone want to do such a thing? It turns out that magnetic fields represent a remarkably flexible research tool at the frontiers of research in quantum matter, engineering, chemistry, environmental sciences, biology, and biomedicine. This talk will survey a variety of the creative uses of high magnetic fields at the National MagLab to convey the excitement of present-day research using the most powerful magnets in the world.

This talk is part of the Quantum Matter Seminar series.

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