A wide variety of experiments can be performed at the FMA. High-spin spectroscopy can be studied by using an array of gamma-ray detectors around the target and tagging each event with the M/q of the recoil nucleus as determined at the focal plane. Both recoil-gamma and recoil-gamma-gamma coincidences have been measured in this way. Some nuclei recently studied include 181,183Hg and 186Pb. At the focal plane, studies of exotic alpha and proton decays can be carried out with the implantation facility using a double-sided silicon strip detector (DSSD). A number of heavy proton radioactivities have recently been discovered at the FMA, including 167Ir and 171Au. In addition, a moving tape collector is available for measurements of beta radioactivity. Studies of microsecond isomers have been performed on rare-earth nuclei, using gamma and electron detectors at the focal plane.