Researchers from Curtin University in Australia have found a way to use helium dating to track where diamonds are trapped in underground rock.
Like an airbag in your car, this helium bike helmet is a hidden device that cyclists wear around their neck, which inflates just before a crash.
Google has gone to the UN for help in bringing its Internet balloons effort, dubbed Project Loon, to more remote areas of the world.
The largest aircraft in the world, a hybrid helium ship, has just taken to the skies for the very first time.
A new gadget has hit the market that when inserted into a latex balloon, conserves up to 30% of the helium normally required to fill the balloon.
It took 20 years to create — a helium microscope that can provide highly detailed pictures of delicate materials without destroying them.
Of all the things we’ve seen helium balloons used for, drawing is a new one. If you’ve never seen a balloon draw (and you haven’t), check this out.
Helium balloons can actually be used for a lot of wild purposes. We’ve put together the 15 craziest uses for helium balloons that we could find.
In a place with no cars, no pharmacies, and no roads, a simple ailment can prove fatal. An inspired helium project seeks to change that.
Believe it or not, you couldn’t read this article right now if not for helium. That’s because every smartphone is made with it.