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Hosted by NOVA producer Anna Rothchild, this channel explores nature at its slimiest, creepiest, and nastiest.
“Internet Guy” Hank Green delves into the science behind current events with a skeptical eye and a dash of humor.
Filmmaker Derek Muller uses polls and good science to debunk common misconceptions about things like climate change and psychology.
Smarter Every Day
Aerospace engineer Destin Sandlin films himself doing his own experiments—and being a human guinea pig in others.
YouTube channel created by Dianna Cowern that adventures into the physical sciences with experiments, demonstrations, and cool new discoveries. Physics Girl has videos for every atom and eve.
With the help of drawings and diagrams, physicist Henry Reich explains physics concepts simply and in just a few minutes.
Power couple Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown explain topics in science with their trademark kinetic typography and drawings.
In a Nutshell – Kurzgesagt
Designers Philipp Dettmer and Stephan Rether lead a team of artists, musicians, and journalists to make gorgeous animated videos that explain complex topics like evolution, time, and space.
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This cheeky series from the American Chemical Society explains the chemistry of everyday life.
Aussie science lover Vanessa Hill talks about neuroscience and psychology, and explains why we humans act the way that we do.
Internet personality Michael Stevens combines discussions of science and philosophy with great video editing.
If you’re fanatical about figures or interested in integers, Numberphile is the YouTube channel for you. From mathematicians and lecturers explaining maths theories to creating a Mile of Pi, Numberphile delves deep into the field of maths.
Astronomer Scott Manley presents his take on the world beyond ours with scientific facts delivered through great graphics. Manley’s wonderful videos also include this impressive 360° interactive video of what the sky would look like if we could see more astronomical bodies.
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TheBackyardScientist demonstrates science in action through zany experiments in a backyard including pouring molten aluminium into a watermelon, a pool ,and a live toaster.
Narrated by astronomer Phil Platt, this science channel shows sensational videos of celestial bodies in our skies and beyond, and slow-motion videos of science in action, like this time-lapse video of snow melting in sunlight.
TED shares the best ideas from trusted voices and convention-breaking mavericks, icons and geniuses – all giving focused talks in an 18 minute format.
Stuff Made Here - Great STEM Connection
The creator of this youtube channel has been building things for as long he can remember. "It all started when my dad exposed me to plastic model building and soldering when I was around 4 years old. That set me on a path to building increasingly complex things and becoming an engineer. My goal is to do the same for as many people as possible by exposing them to the joy of engineering, fabricating and creating things out of nothing. If I'm lucky a few people may become engineers, which would be great for the world. Engineering is awesome".
Latest news and features on science issues that matter including earth, environment, and space. One of the best and longest running publications about science.
Learn from experts in art, design, history, culture, science and technology. They’re not just a museum – they’re 19 of them! Feature a colorful variety of topics.
Animal Wonders shows lots of different animals being amazing and also shares behind the scenes footage of what it's like to care for 80+ exotic animals.