Professor Ozin asks the question; do we want war or peace with CO2?
Geoffrey A. Ozin received a B.Sc. in chemistry from King’s College London in 1965 and a D.Phil. in inorganic chemistry from the University of Oxford in 1967. He was ICI Fellow at the University of Southampton from 1967 to 1969 before joining the University of Toronto in 1969; he became Full Professor in 1977 and University Professor in 2001 and has been named Government of Canada Research Chair in Materials Chemistry. He is Honorary Professorial Fellow at The Royal Institution of Great Britain and University College London and Guest Professor at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology. More details are available at the research group’s homepage.
Professor Ozin explores the feasability of a solar refinery for making fuels and chemicals from CO2, H2O and sunlight.
Professor Ozin pays tribute to the materials scientists and engineers working to counteract the effects of fossil fuel induced climate change.
Professor Geoff Ozin, University of Toronto, discusses the elite journal publishing landscape in his latest opinion piece.
What can we do if the IPCC’s response to climate change – assessment of risk, vulnerability, mitigation, adaptation and cost – fails to deliver?
Professor Geoff Ozin highlights the latest in a series of collaborations between himself and artist Todd Siler.
Geoff Ozin asks if carbon dioxide capture and utilization, a potential solution to the CO2 problem, is feasible with today’s photo-conversion technology.
At the department of Conservation Studies at the University of Antwerp (Belgium), researcher Dr. Olivier Schalm is employing the latest high-resolution light microscopy to reveal interesting new avenues of exploration within cultural heritage.
“SK010PA” series polarization analyzer, a comprehensive universal measurement and test system for free beam applications and fiber-coupled laser sources.