Jason B. Love is Professor of Molecular Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh. He is the Edinburgh co-director of the EPSRC CDT for Critical Resource Catalysis (CRITICAT), a centre which delivers postgraduate training and research in all areas of catalysis across St Andrews, Edinburgh, and Heriot-Watt Universities. He is the chair of the RSC Coordination and Organometallic chemistry Discussion Group (CODG) and chair of the upcoming RSC Dalton 2021 conference. He was a visiting professor at the Technical University Munich, Germany (2015) and at Osaka University, Japan (2019-20). He has published 130 peer-reviewed articles (h-index of 38) and has delivered over 30 international and 11 national invited lectures since 2010, including presenting work on ‘Mining the Scrapheap’ at New Scientist Live (2018). He has diverse interests that span the periodic table, with a focus on catalysis, rare-earth element chemistry, and the recovery and recycling of metals from primary and secondary sources.
University of Edinburgh