YouTube Educational Channels - v2.0

A few more YouTube channels worth your subscription.

Ratan Kulshreshtha published on
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This blog post is sequel to my original blog post YouTube Educational Channels as I discovered quite a few more interesting channels on YouTube which are absolutely worth your subscription if you love STEAM.

Here is the list in no particular order.

  • 12tone,if you love music and you are intrigued by music theory then definitely checkout 12tone.

  • Ben Eater, if you love electronics, breadboard and fancy some circuits then you will love this channel because of it's tutorial-style videos about electronics, computer architecture, networking, and various other technical subjects.

  • DoS - Domain of Science, is an educational YouTube channel aiming for the clearest explanations of science and mathematics.

  •, Learn to code — for free..

  • Jordan Harrod,Harrod explores the ways that we interact with artificial intelligence, algorithms, and other new technologies every day, for better or for worse, definitely checkout the videos if technology interests you.

  • Jabrils, Yo! I'm just a guy who knows very little, but wants to know a lot. Help the computer.

  • Mark Rober, Mark Rober is a former NASA and Apple engineer, current YouTuber and friend of science who comes up with cool contraption and machines aiming at learning and educating about scientific way of thinking and looking at the world.

  • OverSimplified, explains things in an OverSimplified way.

  • Practical Engineering, goal for Practical Engineering is to increase exposure and interest in the field of engineering. I'm trying to highlight that connection between the world around us and the energy, passion, and thought that goes into making it a nicer place to live.

  • Real Engineering, interesting answers to simple questions.

  • Real Science, an exploration of the world's life science subjects.

  • Steve Mould, makes science videos and is one of the presenters of Festival of the spoken nerd.

  • Stuff Made Here, build all kinds of things and hopefully share them in an entertaining way. A lot of my builds are fabrication projects but I also write software, make electronics, and more.

  • Technology Connections, is a YouTube channel exploring technology, devices and gadgets of day to day life, the commentary and deep dive into different aspects of simple looking household items leaves you with more information than before.

  • The Cosmic Shambles Network, creates and curates podcasts, digital content and live events for people with curious minds. People who want to find out more about our universe through science, art, history, philosophy, music, literature. People who believe ignorance is not bliss.

  • WilliamFiset, goal of this channel is to provide educational computer science and mathematics videos for all to enjoy and learn from.

And if you think I have missed someone good then checkout the original post YouTube Educational Channels and if you still think that there are more YouTube channels that everyone should follow then please tell them about in the comment section below.