Description: Magnetism is a ubiquitous property of astrophysical plasmas, yet stellar magnetism still remains far from being completely understood. In this review, we describe recent observational and modelling efforts and progress to expand our knowledge of the magnetic properties of high-mass stars. Several mechanisms (magneto-convection, mass-loss quenching, internal angular momentum transport, and magnetic braking) have significant implications for stellar evolution, populations, and end-products. Consequently, it remains an urgent issue to address and resolve open questions related to magnetism in high-mass stars.
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