Do you work in manufacturing? Do you love watching YouTube videos in your free time? Here’s a fantastic way to combine your interests. Check out these manufacturing and science-themed channels!
Colinfurze is the home of crazy inventions, brilliant world records and constant disregard to health and safety. Contraptions range from a tea machine to hydraulic scissor lift shoes to an Alexia activated flamethrower. However, Furze is perhaps best known for his ongoing X-men videos.
If you love engineering, technology, and science, Interesting Engineering’s channel is for you! Keep up with the latest in technological advances, ground-breaking scientific discoveries and the most interesting engineering projects in the world. Look for videos about the 7 wonders of food processing, bathroom cleaning robots and rolls, and wire processing machinery.
The King of Random makes videos dedicated to exploring life through all kinds of hacks, experiments, and random weekend projects. Late founder, Grant Thompson’s mission was to learn through curiosity, exploration, and self-reliance. Investigate a variety of interesting and unique experiments such as Instant Foam Chair From a Can, Dropping Our Phones from 35 Feet! and Do Bouncy Ball Shoes Make You Jump Higher?
Derek Alexander Muller’s Veritasium features science stories, expert interviews, cool demos, and experiments. The channel offers hundreds of videos including Magnetic Micro-Robots, This Toy Can Open Any Garage and An Affordable 3D Printed Arm. Muller’s videos have been featured on Scientific American (Mission Possible Graphene) and CBS News (How Far Away Is the Moon?).
A series on the Wall Street Journal’s YouTube channel, Moving Upstream explores the trends, technologies, ideas, and challenges that are headed our way. Host Jason Bellini covers diverse topics ranging from the robot revolution to pollution to the beef industry.
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