October 2013

  1. Magnetic clothing and accessories mix style with convenience

    Magnetic clothing and accessories mix style with convenience
    It's not always easy to keep up with the latest fashion trends. After all, a style that's in today may be out tomorrow and replaced by something even fresher.
  2. How ghost hunters use electromagnetic fields

    How ghost hunters use electromagnetic fields
    It's that time of year where all things spooky are on the minds of many.
  3. World's strongest MRI scanner nears completion

    World's strongest MRI scanner nears completion
    Fridge magnets keep important notes where you can see them and hook magnets give you a place to hang your belongings.
  4. Self-assembling robots feature magnets

    Self-assembling robots feature magnets
    It's news that's sure to get Transformers fans at least a little excited. Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology are currently working on small cube robots that are capable of self-assembling themselves into different forms, according to the Los Angeles Times.
  5. ESA mission to collect magnetic field data

    ESA mission to collect magnetic field data
    Despite the length of time people have lived on Earth, there's still much to learn about the planet's magnetic field.
  6. Researchers successfully generate magnetism using heat

    Researchers successfully generate magnetism using heat
    Electricity is known to play a role in the creation of different forms of magnetism.
  7. Under Armour embraces the magnetic zipper

    Under Armour embraces the magnetic zipper
    When clothing zippers work, they're fantastic. Every now and then, however, a zipper goes rogue and breaks or gets stuck.
  8. Magnetism helps prove lightning's role in shaping mountains

    Magnetism helps prove lightning's role in shaping mountains
    The Earth births mountains in several different ways, but they are typically formed when the planet's plates come together, according to the BBC.
  9. Scientists get to the bottom of shifts in the Earth's magnetic field

    Scientists get to the bottom of shifts in the Earth's magnetic field
    If the Earth didn't have a magnetic field around it, you probably wouldn't be reading this right now.
  10. Try Dropping a Magnet Down a Copper Tube

    Try Dropping a Magnet Down a Copper Tube
    Cobalt, iron and nickel are all magnetic. Copper, however, is not. Still, you can do some pretty cool things with strong magnets and copper.

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