|JUNE/JULY 1997 - FEATURES|
Solving problems at a frigid 243 degrees F
Think of them as cooks of a sort - master chefs working to perfect an old recipe.
Each day, materials scientists at FSU's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory experiment with various ingredients in an effort to improve their products - superconductors and powerful resistive magnets
Donor makes large gift to help bring back private enterprise
DeVoe Moore, an outspoken, strong willed and hard working entrepreneur and philanthropist, has given FSU $5 million (matching state money will bring it to $10 million) to spread his philosophy that government bureaucracy is killing private enterprise.
"LOOK WHO'S TALKING"
Novelists Kurt Vonnegut, Joseph Heller and William Styron at a three-day colloquium at FSU
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