Engineering · August 9, 2021January 22, 2022 by lukealexdavis · explainers / video Korey Kiepert on roller coasters and what makes them workI’d never heard of a giga coaster until Korey Kiepert explained what one was in this video. Engineering · August 8, 2021November 27, 2021 by lukealexdavis · earthquakes / inventions / video Earthquake in a can!A can you can shake up without it exploding in your face. Blerds, Engineering · August 6, 2021November 15, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black women / security / women The critical engineering work of Dennisa ThomasKeeping sensitive information, products, and projects safe is the critical job of people like Dennisa Thomas. Engineering · July 25, 2021July 25, 2021 by lukealexdavis · K'Nex / video Watch this amazing K'Nex pinball machineTyler’s a K’Nex pinball wizard. Or something! Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Science, Tech · July 19, 2021December 8, 2021 by lukealexdavis · bioengineering / Black women / NASA / women Congrats to Vanessa E. Wyche: the first Black female director of NASA’s Johnson Space CenterWyche is also a strong proponent of innovation and inclusion and STEM education. Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Tech · June 15, 2021December 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · data viz How data viz revolutionised problem-solvingAlong the corridor and up the stairs. Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Tech · June 15, 2021November 10, 2021 by lukealexdavis · education / IBM / quantum computing 5 things to know about IBM’s tech investment in HBCUsA worthwhile investment. Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Physics · June 14, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / Black women / NASA / people of colour / USA / women NASA's history of astronauts of colour including Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr. and Dr. Mae JemisonDr. Bernard A. Harris Jr. became the first Black person to walk in space back in 1995. Blerds, Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Tech · June 11, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / education / people of colour / UK Imperial College London to launch a mentoring scheme for Black studentsThe scheme is said to cost around £20m. Engineering · June 9, 2021December 8, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Denmark / women Nicoline Sørensen on women’s soccer and engineeringSørensen is a remote student at the Technical University of Denmark and speaks four languages. Engineering · June 9, 2021June 9, 2021 by lukealexdavis · civil engineering / Hackaday / roads Virtues of a roundaboutAnd not a Zebedee in sight! Blerds, Engineering · June 8, 2021January 13, 2022 by lukealexdavis · Black people / people of colour / racism Tipping the balance for Black engineering‘Approximately 1.6 million individuals work in engineering, but only 3% of those are Black/African American women or Latinx women.’Posts navigationOlder postsNewer postsAboutLOGiCFACE is a STEM blog, focused on Black people and people of colour in the community. We also look at the lighter side of STEM, past and present, with a few memes thrown in for good measure.If you’d like to know more, check out our About page or email us at info at logicface.co.uk.We face the future in colour.Affiliate linksLOGiCFACE participates in the following affiliate programs:Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program that allows the site to earn commission by linking to Amazon.co.uk and affiliated sites.Bookshop Affiliate Programme, an affiliate programme which pays a 10% commission on every sale, and gives a matching 10% to independent bookshops.