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STEM YouTube Channels

Here is a list of Youtube channels that produce high quality STEM related content. Everything from teaching interesting new topics, to entertaining brain stimulating videos. Mind Your Decisions, created by Presh Talwalkar, features short, seemingly impossible math problems and the interesting ways that can be used to solve them. Minute Physics & Minute Earth, created by Henry and Alex Reich, who use stick figures and drawings to simplify teaching advanced physics and earth environmental and geographic topics. The Scishow, created by Hank Green, explores the surprising and exciting realities of our universe. Verge Science features videos on energy, space, nature, the human mind and body, AI, and wherever else our stories take us. Vsauce, which is composed of 3 channels Vsauce1, Vsauce2, Vsauce3, and hosted by Michael Stevens, Kevin Lieber, and Jake Roper respectively. Vsauce1 celebrates curiosity by investigating out-of-the ordinary questions in fun, thought-provoking ways. Vsauce2 seeks to inspire and entertain by examining mind-blowing technology, the origins of the things around us and the amazing in the everyday. Vsauce3 covers the real-world science in the fictional worlds of books, video games, and movies. Veratsium, created by Dr. Derek Muller, is a channel of science and engineering videos featuring experiments, expert interviews, cool demos, and discussions with the public about everything science. NileRed, named after his favorite chemical compond, Nigel Braun created this channel to show the natural beauty of chemistry in fun and interesting ways. Numberphile & Computerphile, both produced by Brady Haran, each channel tackles teaching interesting topics in the world of numbers and computer science ,while also shedding light onto the theory behind these important subjects. ASAP Science is a colorful intersection between art, science, and pop culture, where anyone can learn, participate, and grow. Creators Greg and Mitch use their platform to speak on environmental change, queer voices in STEM, and how science can shape cultural movements. Learn Engineering, founded by Sabin Mathew, aims to provide quality engineering education with their videos that are designed to clear misconceptions, create a passion for engineering and explain complicated technologies in a simple way. The Coding Train, made by Daniel Shiffman is dedicated to creative, beginner-friendly coding tutorials and challenges ranging from the basics of programming languages like JavaScript to algorithmic art, machine learning, simulation, generative poetry, and more. Coding With Chris, made by Chris Ching, his videos teach viewers how to make an app with Swift, SwiftUI and Xcode. Smarter Everyday is a channel that features its creator Destin Sandlin, and revolves around scientific exploration and discovery, he makes cool myth-buster style project videos.

STEM YouTube Channels