St. Jude scientists using world’s strongest magnet for research

St. Jude scientists using world’s strongest magnet for research

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - The world’s strongest superconducting magnet is now in Memphis.

Bruker Corp. has shipped in the magnet from Switzerland to the United States, according to Memphis Business Journal.

The nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer most powerful magnet of its kind in the world, a million times stronger than the magnetic field of the Earth.

The $10 million magnet will help scientists at St. Jude study DNA and biochemistry.

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