If the world were to run out of helium, it would mean much more than the end of fun balloons.
Helium is a critical commodity in several scientific fields — including medical technology.
Andrea Sella, a professor of chemistry at the University College London tells The Current’s host Mike Finnerty how helium works.
“Helium is the second most abundant element in the universe.”
Helium One Global Ltd (LON:HE1) was founded in September 2015. The Company’s focus is to explore, develop, and ultimately, become a producer of high-grade helium for the international market, a critical material essential in modern technologies.