The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) embarks on an ambitious recycling technology as helium prices go through the roof. Ed Royzman, Principal Engineer at SSOE, tells the story of how a research institution opted to make adaptive changes that not only improves its bottom line but also sets an example for the industry – promising significant long-term returns. His article is featured in the December 2013 article of Laboratory Equipment Magazine.
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