- Nanoscale Greenhouse Enables CO2 Photocatalysis
- Congratulations to Jiuli and coauthors on their publication in Advanced Science!
- Nitrous oxide – Not a laughing matter
- Chinese Story of CO2
- Bronze in the INDIES book award! Congratulations to Professor Geoffrey Ozin and Dr. Mireille Ghoussoub for their book, The Story of CO2.
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There is a worldwide effort to achieve the IPCC 1.5-degree global warming target by the end of the 21st century. To this end, the major power generation, industrial, and transportation sectors of our economies are undergoing a transformational decarbonization process … Continue reading
Celebrating the 77th birthday of “the father of Nanochemistry”—Geoffery Ozin, and his colorful career
To celebrate his 77th birthday, ASN reached out to the extraordinary Nanochemist at the University of Toronto, “the father of Nanochemistry”, Geoffery Ozin, to discuss his colorful career, current projects, and plans for the future. The interview is summarized with … Continue reading
Congratulations Yuchan Dong and co-authors on their recently published Chemical Society Review paper, celebrating Geoff’s 77th birthday and winning the front cover display of one of the highest impact factor journals in the field of chemistry
Powering the planet with sunlight-driven CO2 chemistry is an especially attractive approach for sustainable development. In this Tutorial Review, Yuchan Dong and co-authors highlight the multidisciplinary character of photocatalytic CO2 reduction studies from the perspective of materials chemistry, science and … Continue reading
Geoff’s latest Nanochannel essay is now available from Materials Views. In the essay, Geoff discusses the recent decrease in curiosity driven research in favor of application oriented products. You can read the full essay here
In his latest Materials Views Nanochannel essay, Geoff discusses the challenges associated with the preparation of monodisperse samples of nanoparticles and the safe and responsible development, production, use, transportation, and disposal of nanoparticles in existing or emerging nanotechnologies. You can … Continue reading
The members of the Interdisciplinary Committee have chosen Professor Ozin as the winner of the 2011 “ALBERT EINSTEIN” World Award of Science for his pioneering accomplishments in the field of nanochemistry that have helped to define and establish the rapidly … Continue reading
Geoff’s latest essay talks about how nanochemistry can be applied to artificial photosynthesis to end our reliance on fossil fuels and remove harmful greenhouse gases from the atmosphere. — Materials Views You can read the full essay here.
In his latest essay, Dr. Ozin talks about manipulating light with nanoparticulate one-dimensional photonic crystals and how these can be used to improve the performance of a wide variety of devices. — Materials Views Read the essay here.
Professor Ozin has been awarded the 2011 Barrer Award by the Royal Society of Chemistry’s Materials Chemistry Division. The prize was awarded for major contributions to fundamental scientific and technological advances in the field of nanoporous materials. It includes the … Continue reading
Welcome to one of our guest columns, where active researchers can share their views on topics relevant to materials science. Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto shares his thoughts on the sensor applications of nanomaterials. — Materials Views … Continue reading