Professor Geoffrey Ozin's Barrer Award lecture, presented at the British Zeolite Association on the 16th of July.
This week, Professor Ozin defends that most maligned of molecules, carbon dioxide.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin reviews some significant results in nanochemistry from 2011.
Whatever happened to curiosity-driven research aimed at the creation of fundamental knowledge without the need for immediate application?
Professor Geoffrey Ozin discusses the safe and responsible development, production, use, transportation, and disposal of nanoparticles in existing or emerging nanotechnologies.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin discusses what he believes may be the largest challenge of the century—the development of an artificial photosynthetic machine.
Professor Geoffrey Ozin brags about nanoparticles and the interesting things they can accomplish in Bragg mirrors.
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