Monthly Archives: October 2017

Light Gas Supports Heavy Mission

ammunition inspectors carefully lift the lid to the single round container (SRC), as the team leader reads detailed instructions aloud to ensure every step is properly performed. The team meticulously executes each required action, resulting in a successful test that … Continue reading

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Western Digital Is Working On 40 TB Hard Drives With The Help Of Microwaves

Sure, Western Digital missed the opportunity to buy Toshiba’s flash memory technology, but that doesn’t mean it’s not working hard on trying to develop new innovative ways for data storage. The company has now revealed a groundbreaking data storage technology … Continue reading

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Huge Underground Cache Of Helium In Africa Could Avert Global Shortage

Many of the known outflows of mixed helium and nitrogen are beneath seeps of ground water, which make the bubbles of gases visible as they rise to the surface. Large underground reserves of helium in East Africa are at least … Continue reading

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Helium: Anagram Technology Tackling Balloon Over-inflation

With the fragile helium supply chain never far from the headlines, Anagram International has been striving to tackle the over-inflation of balloons with the development of its helium regulator test gauge. Anagram joined with Conwin in the 1990s to develop … Continue reading

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Helium Found In Coal Seams Could Aid Safe Shale Gas Extraction

Natural deposits of helium gas – best known for its use in party balloons – could help aid the safe production of shale or coal gas, research suggests. The discovery of high levels of helium in UK coal seams could … Continue reading

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