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AML Contributes to Clean Drinking Water in Chile - December 2011
AML Fluid Containment Summary - June 2011
AIAA Lunch 'n' Learn - April 2011
AML Offshore Wind Turbines - October 2010
AML Oil Containment Solution - September 2010
Space Coast Energy Symposium - August 2010
Matter of Urgency to Save Space Coast - Florida Today - July 2010
AML Oil Spill Solution in Discovery News - June 2010
Oil Spill Solutions Waiting to be Heard - Florida Today - June 2010
Closing of Underwater Oil Spills with Magnetic Particles - White Paper - May 2010
Designing New Magnet Technology, A Multiphysics Challenge - COMSOL News - 2010
Thinking Big with Advances - Florida Today - April 2010
Dr. Meinke Highlighted in florida.HIGH.TECH 2010 Magazine - January 2010
AML Energy in Space Coast Business - Economic Development - August 2009
AML Energy in Florida Today - July 2009
Wind Power Engineering - June 2009
Space Coast Business - May, 2009

Press Releases

Advanced Magnet Lab announces appointment of Bill McCollum to Board of Directors

Former Florida Congressman and Attorney General to strengthen AML’s growth strategy with experience in finance, international commerce, and state and federal law and regulations.

Palm Bay, Florida (September 5, 2013)—Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML) announced today the appointment of former US Congressman and Florida Attorney General Bill McCollum to the company’s board of directors. AML Chairman and President Mark Senti stated that McCollum’s addition to the board will help advance the company’s ambitious growth plans as the industry leader in superconductivity and innovative magnet based solutions for energy, medical, defense and aerospace. “Bill comes to the table with a wealth of knowledge and relationships in a range of critical areas, including international trade, governmental policies and regulations.” said Senti, “His national and Florida State public service, combined with his experience as a board member for both private and public sectors, strengthens AML’s board at a pivotal point in the company’s evolution. He’ll be a valuable key team member as we pursue significant growth with our multifaceted business model, especially as we engage global partners for licensing and joint ventures.”

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Advanced Magnet Lab Teams with NASA to Develop Superconducting Magnets for Space Radiation Protection

Palm Bay, Florida (November 16, 2011)—Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML) announced today that the Company is teaming with NASA Johnson Space Center on a NASA Innovative Advanced Concepts (NIAC) grant for advancement of space radiation shielding. Radiation exposure caused by solar wind and cosmic ray background is a major issue for human space exploration missions. The goal of the research is the development of a lightweight superconducting magnetic shielding system as a means to protect crew from space radiation exposure on long duration missions beyond low Earth orbit. The advanced concepts selected for study under NIAC were chosen based on their potential to transform our future space missions, enable new capabilities or significantly alter current approaches to launching, building and operating space systems.

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Advanced Magnet Lab Awarded U.S. Department of Energy Grant to Develop Next Generation Wind Turbines

September 23, 2011 – Advanced Magnet Lab, Inc. (AML) announced today that the Company is among six awardees of a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for the advancement of next generation wind turbine technology. AML was selected based on a proprietary innovative turbine generator which enables the development of the first fully superconducting direct-drive generator for large offshore wind turbines. These generators are up to 75% lighter, 50% smaller, more efficient and more reliable than systems in use today. This award represents an initial step in the fulfillment of AML’s Clean Energy Plan for deployment of clean, scalable and efficient generators and motors for large-scale energy systems. Successful development and deployment of this new technology will help position the United States as a global leader in wind energy technologies, reduce the cost of wind energy, and support thousands of new manufacturing, construction and planning jobs in the renewable energy market.

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Dr. Rainer Meinke

Faces of Technology: Dr. Rainer Meinke
Florida High Tech Corridor, February 2010
R. Meinke

Flux Pump Excited Double-Helix Rotor for Use in Synchronous Machines
MT-20; August 2007
S. Ishmael, C.L. Goodzeit, P. Masson, R. Meinke, and R. Sullivan

Resistive Shims for High-Field Resistive and Hybrid Magnets
MT-20; August 2007
NHMFL – Thomas A. Painter, Mark D. Bird, Scott T. Bole, Amy J. Trowell, Kiran K. Shetty, William W. Brey

Combined Function Magnets Using Double-Helix Coils
PAC 2007 Paper : MOPAS055 ID=1978
C. Goodzeit, R. Meinke, M. Ball

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