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Leiden University Maintains a Continuous Supply of Helium

With over 35 years of experience, cryogenic technician Wilfred van der Geest manages the cryogenics department at Leiden University, ensuring a constant supply of liquid helium for various research disciplines using helium recycling. In an era where many universities are facing challenges in helium availability and rising prices, Leiden University's decision to maintain in-house production and explore collaborative solutions with other institutions positions it strategically for the future.

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