Officials from the Washington, D.C.-based National Science Foundation visited the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory on the campus of Florida State University Feb. 4 to formally present a five-year renewal grant of more than $168 million to Florida State President Eric J. Barron and MagLab Director Greg Boebinger.
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