Jonathan graduated from the University of Bristol in 2011 with a first class MSci degree in Chemistry. His third year was spent at the Technical University of Munich in Germany. His final year Masters project focused on the dehydrogenation of amine-boranes for polymer applications.
Jonathan subsequently stayed at Bristol for a PhD in the field of inorganic chemistry, developing novel boron-containing phosphines for applications in homogeneous catalysis.
He also has experience working in a solar cell development laboratory at the LMU in Munich and in two pharmaceutical companies in the Czech Republic and Germany.
Jonathan joined Dehns in 2015.