- Could modified train cars capture carbon from the air? This team has a plan to make it happen
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- Congratulations to Lu, Chengliang and Geoff on their recent publication in Nature Communications
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- Congratulations to Wei and Geoff on their recent publication in Advanced Science and the winner of front cover
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Mesoporous Materials: Dye-Anchored Mesoporous Antimony-Doped Tin Oxide Electrochemiluminescence Cell Kun Hou, Daniel Puzzo, Michael G. Helander, Shun S. Lo, Leonardo D. Bonifacio, Wendong Wang, Zheng-Hong Lu, Gregory D. Scholes, Geoffery A. Ozin, Advanced Materials, 2009, 21, 2492-2496, link A long … Continue reading
Research Area: Mesochemistry: thin films of periodic mesoporous organosilica for use as novel low-dielectric-constant materials in semiconductor microprocessors; periodic mesoporous quartz; periodic mesoporous (organosilica) silica-graphene oxide composite materials. Other interests include photonics, bionano interface, energy technology, and cleantech. Favorite Scientist’s … Continue reading
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Research project: Fabricate TiO2 inverse opals for use as photocatalyst and study the effect of slow photons on the amplification of the photocatalytic efficiency Contact: Work: Dept. of Chemistry University of Toronto Lash Miller Building 80, St. George Street M5S3H6 … Continue reading
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DEGREES D.Phil. Inorganic Chemistry, Oxford University, Oriel College, 1967 Title of Graduate Thesis: Chemical Applications of Vibrational Spectroscopy, Supervisor: Professor Ian. R. Beattie B.Sc. Honours Chemistry, University of London, King’s College, 1965 ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in … Continue reading
(this story was written in 1998 by Geoffrey Ozin) On entering university, the Zeitgeist of the middle of the 20th century was the excitement of science – space exploration, transistors, lasers and DNA were being discovered, and I began my … Continue reading
Professor Geoffrey Ozin studied at King’s College London and Oriel College Oxford University, before completing an ICI Postdoctoral Fellowship at Southampton University. Currently he is the Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Materials Chemistry, Distinguished University Professor at the University … Continue reading