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Video Presentations

 

These videos are some of the first produced from a series of lectures and workshops sponsored by the NSF concerning nanotechnology issues. Please check back often as the videos will be continually updated throught 2009.


Keynote Speaker: Sjöberg, Lennart- The Public's Risk Perception of Technology, Center for Risk Research, Stockholm School of Economics: Part I, Part II, Part III


Bonner, James- Health Risks of Inhaled Carbon Nanotubes
North Carolina State University: Part I, Part II, Part III

Click here to link to Dr. Bonner's short lecture about Carbon Nanotubes & Asbestos


Clauberg, Martin- A Review of Risk Perception Methodologies University of Tennessee: Part I, Part II, Part III


Colvin, Vicki- Safety by Design: A Paradigm for Toxicology Rice University: Part I, Part II


Elliott, Kevin- Philosophical Debates about Regulating Risks, University of South Carolina: Part I, Part II


Foster, Ken- Risk Assessment and Risk Communication about Electromagnetic Fields: A WHO Perspective, University of Pennsylvania: Part I, Part II, Part III


Friedman, Sharon- Coverage of Nanotechnology's Potential Health and Environmental Risks in the US and UK Media, Lehigh University: Part I, Part II


Gehrke, Patrick- Public Engagement Models- Practicable Democracy, University of South Carolina- Part I, Part II, Part III


Goble, Rob- Uncertainty and Risk Communication, Clark University: Part I, Part II, Part III


Kahan, Dan- Cultural Cognition of Nanotechnology Risk Perception, Yale Law School- Part I, Part II, Part III


Kinsella, William J- Reflecting on the Rhetoric of Technological Risk North Carolina State University: Part I, Part II, Part III


Kuzma, Jennifer- Risk Communication Challenges for Nanomaterials University of Minnesota: Part I, Part II, Part III


Priest, Susanna- The Risk of What: Thinking Outside the Paradigmatic Equations, University of Nevada, Las Vegas: Part I, Part II, Part III


Robichaud, Christine- Estimation of Nanomaterial Production for Risk Assessment, Doctoral Candidate, Duke University: Part I, Part II, Part III


Sabo-Attwood, Tara- Nanotoxicology: from Aquatic to Human Model Systems University of South Carolina: Part I, Part II, Part III


Scheufele, Dietram A.- Science of Communication about Emergent Technologies University of Wisconsin: Part I, Part II, Part III


Schwartzman, Roy- Nanotoxicartography: Rhetorically Mapping Public Engagement with Nanotechnology's Promises and Perils, University of North Carolina- Greensboro: Part I, Part II, Part III

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Nanotechnology Interdisciplinary Research Team (NIRT): Intuitive Toxicology and Public Engagement


This work is supported by grant #0809470 from the National Science Foundation, NSF 06-595

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Michael Martin
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