European Space Agency, ESA

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European Space Agency is a YouTube channel of the European Space Agency (ESA). Space exploration is a collective journey, which is why 22 European countries are pooling resources and putting Europe at the forefront of space science, technology and applications. Space also means fun, which is why the ESA team produces clips with the best images of Earth and of the Universe, with astronauts and other space events for people of all ages to watch and to learn about space.

Art of Engineering

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This channel showcases projects where art and engineering have been integrated together, and features discussion of popular amusement parks and themed entertainment. It was created by James, a graduate from the University of Waterloo in Canada with a master’s degree in civil engineering.

MITK12Videos

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This YouTube channel features STEM videos for K-12 students made by students at MIT, from MIT’s Office of Digital Learning. They have some interactive videos, tutorials, “Ask MIT” videos, and short lessons.

The Royal Institution – Science Lives Here

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The Royal Institution is a YouTube Channel that creates videos to make you think more deeply about science. Explosive short films, full length talks from the world’s leading scientists and writers, and videos to challenge the way you look at the world. The Royal Institution is a 200 year old independent charity based in London dedicated to connecting people with the world of science through events and education.

Code Minecraft

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Students for free can access Minecraft-esk coding tutorials and games to test their knowledge. The overall site contains links to free online classes, developer tools, competitions with significant prizes, and other opportunities that focus on technology with a subtle emphasis on social change. High school-age kids to young adults — especially those looking to jump-start careers, businesses, and tech skills — will find not-to-be-missed resources here