"Buy It, Or Better Not?" explores the many products where we find titanium dioxide (TiO2) in our everyday lives, from chewing gum to sunblock to house paint. In this conversational activity, participants consider the costs, risks, and benefits of nanoparticles in various products, and weigh those against their own values and opinions.
Learn more about the Arizona State university led LCnano project at https://lc-nano.engineering.asu.edu/.
Nanoscale titanium dioxide is a common additive found in many products that we consume, rub into our skin, and use in our homes.
- Nanoscale titanium dioxide is a common additive found in many products that we consume, rub into our skin, and use in our homes.
- Materials can act differently when they’re nano-sized.
- Nanotechnologies have costs, risks, and benefits that affect our lives in ways we cannot always predict.
Supported by the LCnano project. Partial funding was provided from the US Environmental Protection Agency through the STAR program (RD83558001). Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the project.
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