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Efforts to Find New Helium Recycling Methods by U. Kansas

Helium recycling research continues to gain traction given the shortages and price increases experienced. A lab director at the University of Kansas has been awarded a US$0.5mm grant to develop a recycling method for helium used in research equipment. Helium is crucial for scientific instruments like nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometers. The recycling efforts aim to capture and purify the helium, ensuring its availability for future generations of scientists and a wide range of research fields.

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