In Advanced Science News this week, Professor Geoffrey Ozin shares stories of his 50 years in materials chemistry, his love of art and communicating science, as well as future research directions.
“My biggest motivation is the love of discovering something that never existed before," he says.
"The most exciting development in my major field of interest, and one that concerns me the most, [relates to the] existential climate problem. I decided that I needed to apply my past 40 years of experience working at the leading-edge of materials chemistry and nanochemistry to this grand challenge. I decided nothing was greater than finding chemical and engineering solutions to climate change, at which point my love affair with CO2 began."
Read more in Advance Science News.