Microkelvin Laboratory at the University of Florida
Made possible by a grant from the National Science Foundation and the State of Florida,
the Microkelvin Research Laboratory is the largest ultra-low temperature laboratory in the world.
The facility is one of the only two of its kind in the United States; the second is located at
Cornell University. The research at UF is primarily concerned with the fundamental properties
of liquids and solids, such as liquid and solid helium, which have the promise of revealing new
fundamental behaviors at very low temperatures.