Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp, Zoom, YouTube are helping people engage themselves most of the time. In fact, these channels have a massive impact on how information is consumed these days. In our previous article we shared a list of people and pages you can follow on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Here, we shall share 5 YouTube channels that aim to increase your engineering knowledge.
Owned by Destin Wilson Sandlin, SmarterEveryDay was launched in year 2007. With 7.95M subscribers the channel features videos on scientific discovery and exploration from an engineering perspective. If you are curious about learning the world using science as a medium, this channel is for you.
Created by Henry Reich, minutephysics aims to talk about Physics in simple terms. It was launched in 2011. The channel offers videos about the universe.
With 15.5M subscribers the Vsauce channel offers videos on a wide range of topics as scientific, mathematical and technology-centric. Michael Stevens launched the Vsauce channel in the year 2010.
Described as ‘an element of truth – videos about science, education, and anything else I find interesting’, Veritasium was created by physicist Derek Muller in the year 2011. One of the most interesting factors of the channel are the numerous discussions with the general public about a variety of scientific misconceptions. The channel has 6.86M subscribers.
5. Learn Engineering
This channel was founded by Sabin Mathew, an IIT Delhi post graduate. His channel aims to provide quality engineering education to budding freshers. The videos are designed to clear misconceptions about engineering and explain complicated technologies in a simple way. The channel has 3.32M subscribers.