Bilfinger Noell Producing Superconductor Magnet Systems for Major Research Projects

With groundbreaking new superconducting and fundamental scientific projects underway at major research facilities, Bilfinger Noell of Germany is playing a leading role in providing the sophisticated magnetics engineering expertise that is needed for them. The latest is […]


Magnetism Does the Twist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Scientists have discovered a strategy for layering dissimilar crystals with atomic precision to control the size of resulting magnetic quasi-particles called skyrmions. The approach could advance high-density data storage and quantum magnets for quantum information science.  The depiction above, by […]


Magnonics Researchers at EPFL Use Magnetic Worms to Engineer Nanoscale Communication Systems

Magnonics researchers at EPFL in Switzerland have shown that electromagnetic waves coupled to precisely engineered structures known as artificial ferromagnetic quasicrystals allow for more efficient information transmission and processing at the nanoscale. Their research also represents the first […]


Drone-Enabled Magnetometer System Developed by Geometrics

Empowering geoscientists for over 50 years with its seismographs, magnetometers, and geoelectric instruments, Geometrics now has developed its first ever drone-enabled magnetometer that opens new capabilities in geo-surveys. The MagArrow’s sleek housing holds the company’s MFAM (Micro-fabricated Atomic Magnetometer) module, a miniature magnetometer capable of […]