Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto reviews porous materials—how the research goals have varied over the years, where we are today, and what these materials may offer in the future.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto discusses the endless possibilities of biomimicry and biotemplating.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto shares his thoughts along with those of Professor David Antonelli from the University of Glamorgan, regarding the role that nanochemistry can play in the current hydrogen storage challenge.
So who owns nanochemistry? Should “all” the credit be given to chemistry pioneers of the past 20-30 years or were the foundations of nanochemistry already laid in the field of colloid chemistry, the origin of which can be traced to a century earlier?
Professor Geoffrey Ozin gives us his thoughts on nanochemistry and photonic metamaterials.
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 tells us what he thinks about nanoscale silicon and its future. One thing that has...
As Professor Geoffrey Ozin from the University of Toronto reminisces on helping to develop a nanoscience degree program, he ponders on our need for nanoscientists.
Materials science is now well-established as an interdisciplinary field, but how was it in the early days? Professor Geoffrey Ozin recalls the challenges he faced when scientific research was still very traditionally classified–chemistry, physics, biology, engineering…
Professor Geoffrey Ozin shares his views on the current state of nanoscience: What are we going to do with all these nanomaterials? When is enough, enough?
Professor Geoffrey Ozin shares his views on the current state of nanoscience, in particular the future of the promising nanomaterials: Where is the good nano stuff going?