Nowadays E-learning is transforming the educational system all over the world and educational science channels on YouTube are playing a big role in that. According to YouTube, 1,300,000,000. 300 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute! And you know, most of these videos are just garbage. So finding good quality content is becoming really difficult.
So today I have brought you my most favorite educational science channels on youtube. I have been following these YouTubers for past many years. And I can guarantee you, I’ve learned more from watching their youtube videos than attending my college lectures.
Here are my top 10 best science channels on youtube in 2020 :
1.Veritasium: My most fav science channel.
Veritasium channel was created by YouTuber Derek Muller in January 2011. Since then he has gained over 5.2M subscribers till Mar 2019. And his channel is growing day by day even though he doesn’t make videos very often like other YouTubers. And this is because of the quality of his videos. He prefers quality over quantity and this is what separates him from other YouTubers. And the same reason why he is my most favorite YouTuber.
Vsauce is another science channel on youtube created by Michael Stevens. Michel launched his channel Vsauce in 2010.
This channel features videos on scientific, psychological, mathematical, and philosophical topics, as well as gaming, technology, popular culture, and other general interest subjects.
In early 2017, Michel also started a new web television series called “Mind Field” exclusively for YouTube Premium. This series mainly focuses on interesting aspects of human behavior, particularly the brain and the influences of consciousness. [Checkout Mind Field episodes here]
This is one of my most favorite science channels. The man behind this channel is Destin Sandlin. He is an American engineer and science communicator. With videos on different topics such as virtual reality, explosions, mechanics, space, & more, Dustin is trying to teach his viewers science & engineering concepts in a very unique way. Check out his website to find out more about him: About Smarter Everday channel
Minute Physics is a channel created by Henry. It can be easily recognized by their handwritten drawn stop motion style videos. This channel currently has over 4.6 Million subscribers. If you are primarily a physics nerd like me then this channel is worth watching for. Cuz you will learn lots of big & complex science concepts in a short amount of time without wasting too much time😉.
This channel was started by YouTuber Dianna Cowern. Physics Girl is a resource for fun physics videos and other science materials. Initially started as a post-college personal project, it has grown into a resource for teachers, a source of entertainment for physics nerds, and a way to share a passion for physics while advocating for women in STEM.
Verge Science is a very new channel in the YouTube science channels category. This channel has started in 2018 with there the first video which was uploaded in April 2018. Verge Science is the home base for our experiments and explorations into the future of science. That means energy, space, nature, the human mind and body, AI, and wherever else our stories take us.
Seeker (stylized see<er) is an American digital media network and content publisher based in San Francisco, California. Seeker’s YouTube channel (Seeker; formerly known as DNews) has over 3.9 million subscribers as of May 2019.
Seeker believes that science is in everything. Both on Earth and beyond, science helps us explain the inexplicable, push the boundaries of the impossible, and satiate our human curiosity to ask questions big and small.
If you are interested in daily science stuff then this channel is for you. This is the only science channel I know who uploads videos on a regular daily basis. Hank Green & VlogBrothers are the main hosts of this channel.
The channel SsapSCIENCE was created by Canadian YouTubers Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown.
They even have written a book named “AsapSCIENCE: Answers to the World’s Weirdest Questions, Most Persistent Rumors, and Unexplained Phenomena”. You can buy that book on Amazon from this link if u want:)
Deep look is a science & nature series from KQED & PBS digital studios. On this science channel, they answer very big questions by going incredibly small. If you are interested in exploring hidden micro cosmos then this channel is for you. You will see a world in a way that you had never seen before. You will be seeing mysterious micro things than we can’t see through our naked eyes.