Prof. Geoffrey Ozin discusses our growing gigatonne CO2 challenge, and how we must now work together to solve it.
In his latest opinion piece, Professor Ozin asks: what is the chemical industry doing to mitigate CO2 pollution?
A new solar cell is described that relies on a thin layer of clean CdS in which a high-field domain extracts holes from p-type emitters without having pn-junctions involved. This design is highly advantageous for increasing the efficiency of the solar cell significantly, by avoiding junction leakage and by increasing the open circuit voltage to its theoretical value approaching the band gap at T = 0 K.
Opinion: We can’t have a clean-energy revolution without molecules, polymers and materials. But what have we really done to help win the war against climate change?
4D ultra-fast electron microscopy can peer into and peel away the most subtle details and beauty of photocatalysis, providing a new sharp focus realism of human-made nano machinery for the solar powered fixation of CO2 to fuels and chemical feedstocks.
Professor Ozin tackles one of the most popular metrics in modern science – the h-index.
A potentially major breakthrough has been made in the study of ReRAM memory devices.
We all love CO2 – let’s do it, let’s fix CO2 fixation!
How can we utilize carbon dioxide to solve the looming climate change problem caused by anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions?
After publishing 50 opinion pieces with us at MaterialsViews, Professor Ozin reflects on his three years work at the UofT solar fuel cluster, and looks to the future.