The Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory ihas been running a RITA program (until 31/12/2007), whereas the TNA of all other European high field facilities is being coordinated by the I3 EuroMagNET (until 31/12/2008).
What does HMFL stand for?
HMFL stands for High Magnetic Field Laboratory (China)
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The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory rescheduled experiments with some of the world's most powerful magnets to lower power consumption during peak usage periods.
Guardian also is in use in the Energy Department's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, where it remotely monitors a capacitor bank room, and in the Applied Monitoring and Transparency Laboratory as part of a protorype system to monitor nuclear weapons dismantlement.
Washington, July 14 (ANI): The world most powerful magnet has made its debut at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University.