A UK company has come to Montana to drill in areas deemed “too wet.” If it works, their helium drilling technique could be replicated in like regions.
Scientists searching the volcanic Tanzanian Rift Valley have found a massive helium reserve that ranks as one of the largest ever found on our planet.
We all learn about helium as little kids, but where does it come from? How is helium made? We’ll explain the process in simple terms.
Ever leave helium balloons in your car in the winter only to later find them deflated on the seats? Here’s why it happens and what to do about it.
A few weeks ago, China quietly launched a solar-powered, near-space helium airship that can cruise at a height of 12 miles for as long as six months.
Could leaking helium be the warning system we’ve been searching for when it comes to predicting volcanic activity?
If you have cash on you, you’re have cocaine on you. That’s what new research that uses a special helium-based testing technology suggests.
Thanks to a legendary explorer and the Internet, the helium-powered USS Macon that crashed into the sea in 1935 can be explored by us all. (Footage below)
High levels of helium-3 have been discovered in oil wells in Southern California, which changes everything we thought we knew about the Newport-Inglewood fault line and has reignited fears of another “big one.”