Top 5 YouTube channels for science, entrepreneurship, medicine and more

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The TIC make many resources available to everyone, online learning, educational blogs, videos and the ability to be in contact with teachers from all over the world, to be able to learn about their experiences and sharing different ways of learning.

That is why a user in Twitter called Money Maker has put these together 5 channels of Youtube that people will be able to see and learn about different topics: entrepreneurship, medicine, science and even go deeper discussion topics from reality.

1. C for Science

One of the science YouTube channels that can be found is C of sciencemore than one million subscribers and with a topic to explain various aspects of science.

Marty Montferrer is the owner of this YouTube account where you can watch videos (about ten or fifteen minutes long) about space, evolution, astronomy, and of course science.

Although there are no regular updates at the moment (there are only two videos in the last 3 months), you can see a large number explanations, debates and experiments of recent years.

CdeCiencia.  (photo: YouTube)
CdeCiencia. (photo: YouTube)

2. The stale banana

Damian Ruiz, better known as La Banana Rancia, this is a channel where his videos will initially deal with some interesting topics and simple solutions to complex problems, but right now he is dedicated to making Top 5. These are his series:

– 5 facts: 5 events from a given place or event are told here.

– Plagiarism geniuses: This series has several deleted videos as it explains robberies of important people including Bill Gates Y Albert Einstein.

– Random videos: upload “random” videos from time to time, whether the movie and company data is more than 5 data.

– A social experiment: He rarely does, he tries to experiment with the usual things in life with people on the street.

The stale banana.  (photo: YouTube)
The stale banana. (photo: YouTube)

3. The Wild Project

The Wild Project has become one of the most talked about audiovisual content on YouTube. The good work of the Catalan Jordi Carrillo de Albornos Torres managed to bring heroes of the rank of Oriol Junqueras, John Sistiaga or Arturo Pérez Reverte.

But behind all this success Geordie Wilde is reaping is an impeccable career and past work that is beyond question. Well, in 2013, he created the channel Giorgio’s Corner which in 2017 reached the figure of 7 million subscriberssomething that costs much less today due to the increase in users of this type of content.

The Wild Project program is Jordi Wild’s most cherished and successful project to date. You were born in 2020 and his style is very similar to that used by Joe Rogan in the United States, Geordie also admitted that he likes being compared to the famous presenter of podcast.

The program is broadcast every Tuesday and Thursday in the channel created exclusively for broadcasting the content of this podcast (Jordi Wild still maintains El Rincón de Giorgio, where he devotes himself to conversations about particularly rough topics).

The wild project.  (photo: YouTube)
The wild project. (photo: YouTube)

4. Dr. La Rosa

A physician and professor of medicine since the age of 23, Dr. La Rosa was disillusioned with the effectiveness of conventional treatments and decided to devote his life to the search for therapeutic alternatives, both ancient and modern that are effective and do not harm the patient. And it is that Sebastian La Rosa understands that the use of multiple tools and approaches in one patient is the key to therapeutic success.

Realizing the existence of many techniques and tools that most people do not have access to, has decided to devote himself to the acquisition of this knowledgespread all over the world, and use it to treat your patients.

Dr. La Rosa.  (photo: YouTube)
Dr. La Rosa. (photo: YouTube)

5. Anthroporama

As its name suggests, Anthroporama is a YouTube channel about the human being. with more than 775,000 subscribers, Patri Tezanos does scientific dissemination about the brain, about behavior, about the human being and about the mind.

Phd in neuroscience and channel available since 2017, this is one of the best options if you want to use YouTube to learn.

Among the lists of the Anthroporama we find cases of controversial topics, everyday science or the science of love and attraction. For example, why do people kiss? Why do people look beautiful on some days and not on others?

Patri Tezanos answer all these questions in a highly recommended distribution channel.

Anthroporama.  (photo: YouTube)
Anthroporama. (photo: YouTube)

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