Fixing Carbon Dioxide – Doing Something Fast and Economically Sensible

We all love CO2 – let’s do it, let’s fix CO2 fixation!

Light-induced color change in the sapphirinid copepods

The males of certain species of copepods, small marine crustaceans, produce some of the most spectacular colors in nature.

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Direct insertion of nanowires into living algal cells

The direct insertion of nanowires into living algal cells using inkjet printing technology is demonstrated.

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Bioleaching of Rare Earth Elements

The bioleaching of rare earth elements from monazite sand by fungal strains is more effective and environmentally friendly alternative to conventional chemical extraction approaches.

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Entering a hidden world: the infosphere

A new tablet application visualizes the surrounding network of signals

Golden Anniversay Special: Solar Fuels Cluster, University of Toronto

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.

Sungas Instead of Syngas

Hydrogen and carbon monoxide gas (sungas) is generated in a solar thermal electrochemical process (STEP) from water and carbon dioxide.

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Compostable electronics for printing

A KIT Young investigator group develops sustainable printing materials and inks for biodegradable electronic components.

A Total Eclipse of the Sun: The Response of Photovoltaics in Germany

How the German electrical power grid withstood the the 2015 solar eclipse despite the disruption of energy production from solar power.

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Is there enough platinum to run a solar-powered hydrogen economy?

In his latest piece, Professor Ozin considers the possibility of basing a future hydrogen economy on platinum catalysts.