Are Carbon Nanotubes the Next Asbestos

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Nanotechnology is the catch-all term used to describe, in short, science and engineering on an insanely small scale. Carbon nanotubes – one of the more common nanoscale structures in use today – are long, thin cylinders of carbon roughly 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. In this video, I traveled over to NC State University to learn more about the research into the potential toxicity of carbon nanotubes.

I work at a Science Museum and in my down time I make movies for the Museum. I am using this site to host all of my videos whether for work or play.

I shot this with the Cannon Vixia HV30 and edited in Final Cut Express.


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