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University of Nottingham The Unversity of Nottingham is reponsible for the PTOV, working with film maker and journalist Brady Haran.
The chemistry experts who present the videos work within the university's highly-ranked School of Chemistry.
More about the school here.
Aldrich Chemistry Almost anyone working in a chemistry lab knows the name Aldrich Chemistry.
The chemical supplier has made a donation to PTOV and also offered to supply chemicals when possible.
EPSRC The EPSRC (Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council) supported our Molecular Videos series.
Here are the videos.
   

Anamax

We're grateful to the Anamax Charitable foundation set up by Nottingham Chemistry alumnus Daniel Hallgarten.
Royal Society of Chemistry The Royal Society of Chemistry made a contribution to our videos during the International Year of Chemistry in 2011.
COST

Our trip to Turn was supported by COST (European Cooperation in Science and Technology).
Here's one of the videos.

Briggs Briggs Plc sponsored our trip to Rio de Janeiro in 2011.
Here's one of the videos.
Asian Science Camp The Royal Society of Chemistry (West India branch) and Asian Science Camp 2010 supported our trip to Mumbai.
Here's one of the videos.

This series would not be possible without our supporters. However the videos remain independently produced by
film-maker Brady Haran.

If you'd like to help us out in any way, please get in touch at periodicvideos@gmail.com


PTOV is created by video journalist Brady Haran working with chemists at The University of Nottingham