- A natural way of turning off the carbon dioxide tap, California style
- DIY Eco-Friendly Fertilizer
- Congratulations to Pavani, Geoff, Wei, and co-authors on their publication in Science Advances!
- Congratulations to Joel and co-authors on their publication in Nature Communications!
- Congratulations to Truong and co-authors on their publication in Nano Letters!
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Geoff’s latest Materials Views editorial comments on the urgent need for government and private investment in CO2 fixation strategies. With transformative transitions in energy generation typically taking decades to fully implement, Geoff makes the point that we need to accelerate … Continue reading
Dr. Ozin was invited to write a perspective article on the field of nanochemistry in the ACS’ weekly magazine, C&EN News. It looks at the formation and evolution of the field and identifies areas where the “nano advantage” can be … Continue reading
Our group’s theoretical and experimental study (in collaboration with researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology) on the photoexcitation of indium oxide surfaces and their observed activity for reduction of CO2 to CO in the presence of H2 has just been … Continue reading
Professor Ozin’s latest Materials Views opinion editorial deals with the parallels between reducing anthropogenic climate change and previous large-scale collaborations that have had huge impacts on society. The full article can be found on the Materials Views website
Professor Ozin has written a special golden 50th anniversary editorial article for Wiley’s Materials Views website. In it, Geoff discusses his current passion – the creation of the University of Toronto Solar Fuels Cluster. The full article can be found … Continue reading
Ozin group Ph.D. student Chenxi Qian was awarded a prestigious 2nd place award in the Science as Art competition at the 2015 Fall Meeting of Materials Research Society. Congratulations CQ! Galleries from past winners can be viewed on the MRS … Continue reading
The University of Toronto Solar Fuels Cluster led by Professor Geoff Ozin has been awarded the prestigious $1M Connaught Global Challenge Award. Financed by the $105M Connaught Fund, the award is geared to funding research that addresses the grand challenges … Continue reading
The exhibition “Exo-Evolution” presented at the ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Germany, sets its focus on the artistic application of new technologies, offering views of the future and the past with its modules. With new tools and … Continue reading
Professor Ozin was awarded the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Centenary Prize for 2015. The prize is awarded to outstanding chemists, who are also exceptional communicators, from overseas to give lectures in the British Isles. The Centenary Prize was founded in … Continue reading
Geoff’s latest Materials Views NanoChannel opinion article has been posted online. In it, Geoff answers the question of whether platinum metal is abundant enough and economically viable to act as a co-catalyst in a potential hydrogen economy. The full article … Continue reading