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One of the staples of the YouTube and Social media community and one of the biggest YouTube Science channels AsapSCIENCE covers all things that science can help answer; it might be advice, it might be a question of complete irrelevance to anything and it might even be something really really cool that you didn’t know. They’re entertaining, factual and reliable which is why they’re on this list. Their Facebook page is filled with great content both funny and factual but all with one theme, Science!


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NASA doesn’t really need much of an introduction as to who they are so here’s a little about what they post. How, why, when and absolute everything else you didn’t know anything about until you followed them on facebook. Images of deep space, the most minute things that exist in this universe, incredible piece of technology, the results of amazing trials and pretty much anything else you think NASA might be up to. It’s a great page, go like it.

Science Alert

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A Science magazine that sticks mostly to science? That’s right folks you heard it here first. ScienceAlert is a great way to keep up with all things science, they break it down into fairly easy to follow snippets for us to keep up with. This page is a great resource.

It’s ok to be smart

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Made by PBS ‘It’s Ok To Be Smart’ is all things learning and science, your host Joe Hanson has a Ph.D in Cell and Molecular Biology so it’s safe to say the information will be well researched and reliable. In terms of the content they cover a huge amount of topics and its all produced with a very high quality, animations and clean recording. This channel is also very kid friendly for those that want to get kids into learning.

Brian Greene

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Brian Greene is a physicist and science writer who is most well known for his work on String Theory, as well as his books and TV specials (The Elegant Universe, Icarus at the Edge of Time, The Fabric of the Cosmos and The Hidden Reality). Brian has long been a source of pure science content without variation.

Nobel Prize

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Nobel prizes were established in 1895 to be awarded to those who excell in Chemistry,Literature , Peace, Physics, Physiology or Medicine. Today the Facebook page is about those whom have been awarded the prize in the past as well as new recipients when they are announced.  They regularly post fantastic articles about how and why people won the awards, what breakthroughs and sacrifices they made, and much more. Enjoy!

The Skeptics Guide to the Universe

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This page belongs to The Skeptics Guide to the Universe podcast, but remains an entertaining and informative Facebookk page on its own merits. They regularly share great articles and information usually based on the debunking of bad science and information. They can also be exceptionally political. Enjoy!

Minute Physics

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Minute Physics is one of YouTube’s most popular science shows, and for good reason. The content is easy to digest, often fun and always stacked with information. They give us answers for all kinds of physics related questions, some that you wouldn’t think to ask but you’ll be glad to have answered. Enjoy!


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Derek Muller is an Australian with PhD of Physics Education Research and Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics, so undoubtedly a man with a serious passion for science. This genuine passion is clear in every one of his videos and posts, and there is something about it that makes the content even more interesting. His videos are about various scientific theories and developments at work in the world, as well as the occasional pontification about life and its greater meaning.

Dr. Michio Kaku

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Dr Micho Kaku is more than a social media trend when it comes to science, but chances are he would still be able to explain why they exist. He has hosted numerous TV shows and documentaries during his time as a scientist and science communicator. His Facebook page is a refreshing look into the world with very little political content seeping into his posts, which may be refreshing to some.

A little from his Bio -“Dr. Michio Kaku is one of the most widely recognized figures in science in the world today. He is an internationally recognized authority in two areas. The first is Einstein’s unified field theory, which Dr. Kaku is attempting to complete. The other is to predict trends affecting business, medicine, finance, and our way of life, based on the latest research in science. He has written three NY Times Best Sellers. His latest, The Future of the Mind, hit #1 on the NY Times, Amazon, and Barnes and Noble Best Sellers List, making it the #1 hardcover, non-fiction book in the country.”

New Scientist

Science, science and more science! Articles covering the whole genre of science. New Scientist has long standing been a bit of a hub for science news, the articles are interesting and the content isn’t the typical sensationalist type that so many other science websites have succumbed to. Great page, you can find it here.


From them: “Founded in 1880 on $10,000 of seed money from the American inventor Thomas Edison, Science has grown to become the world’s leading outlet for scientific news, commentary, and cutting-edge research, with the largest paid circulation of any peer-reviewed general-science journal. Through its print and online incarnations, Science reaches an estimated worldwide readership of more than one million. In content, too, the journal is truly international in scope; some 40 percent of the corresponding authors on its papers are based outside the United States. Its articles consistently rank among world’s most cited research.” Science is still to this day a great publication. Some articles are subscription only and of recent some Facebook posts have been criticized for misleading headlines and sensationalism.  You can find them here.