Creators who can teach you about cool animals, astronomy, or math
Jaida Elcock (@jaidaelcock), shows “how beautiful the animal kingdom can be,” she tells Inverse.
@Onlinekyne "teaches audiences about the beauty of math and the importance of scientific literacy, with a little guts and lots of glitter," she tells Inverse.
Kirsten Banks (@astrokirsten) shares “excitement about all things space and astronomy,” she tells Inverse.
Zoos and Museums
Follow @OregonZoo or @SanDiegoZoo for behind-the-scenes animal shenanigans.
@GlasgowScienceCenter shows off cool science experiments.
The Carnegie Museum of Natural History (@carnegiemnh) features mollusk curator Tim Pearce, who will charm you with snail jokes.
If you're a scientist and need someone to relate to
Darrion Nguyen (@lab_shenanigans) lip-syncs and acts to pop culture audios to teach biochemistry, he tells Inverse.
Hailey (@ChaoticallyScience) is a lab researcher and grad student who "brings a fun aspect to topics in science," she tells Inverse.
Chelsea Parlett (@chelseaparlettpelleriti) tells nerdy jokes about statistics and data science to make scientists and newcomers laugh, she tells Inverse.