The Quietest, Oldest, and Magnetic-iest Science of 2018

2018 was full of exciting discoveries and incredible advancements in the field of science. So today, we are taking a look back at 2018 to highlight three more great science news stories!

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Quietest Science:
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“Magnetic Field”
Credit; UTokyo-ISSP
Lab website;
“An approach to 1000 T using the electro-magnetic flux compression”
D. Nakamura, H. Sawabe, and S. Takeyama
Rev. Sci. Instrum. 89, 016106 (2018).

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