It’s been 150 years since the discovery of helium — a relatively short time in the grand scheme. Let’s see where helium is today and where it’s going.
Helium plasma technology is responsible for incredible new non-surgical medical procedures — from facelifts to gyencology.
We have plenty of tips and tricks for saving helium when you’re filling balloons in your store. Here are the top three (plus a bonus tip).
A brilliant new design for a disaster relief shelter uses a giant, load-bearing helium balloon to expand and collapse a foldable, portable skyscraper.
What’s helium storage? Simply put, it’s a kind of hard drive for your computer that uses helium. First it was experimental, now it’s taking off.
Did you know that our southern borders are patrolled every minute of every day by unmanned balloon ships called helium aerostats?
Helium stratollites — giant balloons outfitted with surveillance equipment could be a new reality in our skies. In fact, it’s already started.
Want your helium tank to last as much as 40% longer? Here’s a secret — use a helium air mixer instead of your normal regulator.
Devastated and disconnected by Hurricane Maria, there’s a chance Puerto Rico might get some help from Google’s helium wi-fi balloons.
A new technique developed by Talissa Altes, MD uses helium imaging to see how the treatment for cystic fibrosis is working in different patients.