Looking for more places to stay in the loop on great science? Here’s some of my favorites (updated as I find new faves):
My favorite brainy YouTube channels: Veritasium, Vsauce, SciShow, MinutePhysics, ASAPscience, The Brain Scoop, Vi Hart, TED-Ed, Earth Unplugged, Smarter Every Day, CGPGrey, PBS Idea Channel, MinuteEarth, Periodic Videos, Numberphile, BrainCraft, Untamed Science
Brain Pickings - The most interesting place on the internet, curated by Maria Popova.
Phenomena - National Geographic’s “science salon” featuring the work of these greats: Ed Yong, Carl Zimmer, Brian Switek, and Virginia Hughes.
Radiolab: The. Best. Show. Ever.
StarTalk Radio: It’s about space, and it’s hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson. What more could you want?!
Scientific American Blogs - What I think is the premier science blog network out there right now. Too many great ones to name.
ScienceBlogs: The first science blog network, and still one of the best.
BoingBoing Science - The science posts of one of my favorite stops on the web, BoingBoing.
NatureNews - Award-winning news feed of the international weekly journal of science, probably the best in the biz.
Wired Science - My favorite “still-on-paper” magazine. This is a feed of their blog network combined with all the Wired.com science content.
Science On!: This is a new directory of all the best science blogs on the Tumblr network. you can search by subject or tags. A real treasure-trove!
Tumblr’s Science Spotlight - Great science Tumblrs, hand-picked (including this one!)
Tumblr’s Science Tag: Editors pick the best posts (usually) from the Tumblr network to be featured here. A little prone to the sins of copy/paste, but always something fun to find.
ScienceSeeker.org: A real-time aggregated feed of the best in research and scientific-blogging. Drink from the firehose of insightful science coverage from bloggers worldwide.