In his latest piece, Professor Ozin considers the possibility of basing a future hydrogen economy on platinum catalysts.
How will the emerging field of photothermal materials applied to solar powered water desalination develop in the years ahead?
Professor Ozin explores a new silicon allotrope with potential for high capacity lithium ion batteries, enhanced efficiency photovoltaics and next generation light emitting diodes.
Could we be living without fossil fuels in just 30 years time? Professor Geoff Ozin looks at the likelihood of such a Utopian vision of the future.
The race is on to develop CO2-to-Fuel technology – in an invited editorial, Professor Ozin and co-workers give their view on the current state of the art.
Professor Geoff Ozin has received an RSC Centenary Award – we asked for his thoughts on the research that brought him here.
Professor Ozin explores the chameleon’s color-shifting ability, and how the same principles have been utilised in the lab and in manufacturing.
Professor Ozin asks the question; do we want war or peace with CO2?
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.