Showing articles tagged: Hydrogen
As of January 1st 2018, helium is going to be more expensive.
As consumers, many of us care about the origin of our food. Origin is sometimes used as a benchmark for quality and we are often willing to pay more for food based on its origin.
Bladder cancer is one of the most common cancers in the UK and a group of scientists have experimented with a new non-invasive way to potentially diagnose it in the future.
The EU Critical Raw Materials List has been updated with the addition of 9 new materials. Helium is one of the 9 new materials to be added to the list due to concerns surrounding its supply.
The average American uses 2 gallons (7.5 litres) of tap water for drinking and cooking per day. A tap water contamination could therefore cause widespread and significant damage to people's health.