A Comprehensive List of YouTube Channels for All Your Classroom Needs

A Comprehensive List of YouTube Channels for All Your Classroom Needs

YouTube Channels for Science

1. In a Nutshell – Kurzgesagt
Get access to Videos, explaining things. Like evolution, time, space, global energy or our existence in this strange universe. The term ‘Kurzgesagt’ in itself means ‘in a nutshell’. Videos in this channel are with after effects and illustrators. Know about technology and society, human immune system, nuclear energy, space and stuff related to universe. The channel has something to offer to anyone who is interested to know and learn about science.

2. Nottingham Science
The channel includes videos on topics such as electrons, lunar eclipse, physics education, trees and plants, periodic tables, solar eclipse, cosmology environment and more.

3. Veritasium
An educational science channel by Derek Muller started in 2011. The videos range in style from interviews with experts, such as 2011 Physics Nobel Laureate Brian Schmidt to science experiments, dramatizations, songs, and—a hallmark of the channel—interviews with the public to uncover misconceptions about science. The channel has videos about radiation, inertia, how pyramids are built, uranium, chameleons and a lot more that will keep you engaged on the PC.  

4. Your Discovery Science
From one of the most recognized TV networks, discovery science is dedicated to providing the most entertaining, intriguing and fun content all in the name of science. Get playlists on gadget and technology, body facts, sports science and numerous videos to know about psych, brain, cosmos, asteroids and a lot more.

Get your weekly dose of fun and interesting science facts explained in a fun and enjoyable way. The channel has something unique to offer. Get to know more about hypnotism, brain on illusion learn periodic table like a song and more cool stuff, interesting, eh?

6. Vsauce
Get numerous playlist on particular topics like earth, space, physics, technology, mind, complexity, space, human behavior and a lot more. Get the best of the Internet from this channel and learn more and more with each video.

7. SmarterEveryDay
Learn something new everyday with this channel. Explore world with a scientific touch. Know about helicopter, jellyfish singing.. (I didn’t knew this), acoustic levitation and a lot more!

8. MinutePhysics
Love physics? This one is for you with a little more sweet science. Get your facts write with videos that will tell you why isn’t it faster to fly west, how to go to space, they physics of car crashes, how do bikes stay up, how big is the sun, hoe do airplanes fly and if all these have already got your mind popping up check the video below to get a glimpse of amazing stuff out there on this channel.

9. Applied Science
Subscribe to see interesting applications of science and technology. You'll see how an electron microscope was built in a home shop, how an X-ray backscatter system works, how to make aerogel, and many other hi-tech projects. Topics usually include electromechanical systems, chemistry, and electronics. Hosted by Ben Krasnow.

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