"I make videos to inspire curiosity and help people learn without realizing it."
Félix Reskala is a Ph.D. student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. His research focuses on academic dishonesty. He has been a fan of science communication YouTube channels for many years, and he was inspired to create his own science-related content in YouTube. Felix’s channel has over 800,000 views and more than 30,000 subscribers. Using whiteboard drawings, he explains topics ranging from "How do we fall in love?" to "Can we clone someone?"
Posts by This Journalist
To Live Forever: Among the Redwoods of Northern CaliforniaVideo by Félix Reskala GUERNEVILLE, California—Many attendees of the World Conference of Science Journalists 2017 had never seen a redwood tree. So it was no surprise that spots quickly filled up for a 30 October field trip to the Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve north of San Francisco. The day included a walking tour with... Read More
Why Can’t Scientists Reproduce Each Other’s Results?By Félix Reskala SAN FRANCISCO—There is a problem in science: Scientists often can’t reproduce the results of their colleagues. More than 50% of researchers feel this poses a major problem for the field, according to a survey last year in Nature. To address what this issue means for science journalists, prominent editors and scientists convened... Read More