Biology, Physics, Science · January 24, 2022January 24, 2022 by lukealexdavis · animals / astrophysics / COVID-19 / marine biology / the Universe / vaccines / virology The Yeah Science Report #1The first edition of a new series features science news on fish, the cosmos, and COVID-19. Engineering, Physics, Science, Tech · January 15, 2022January 22, 2022 by lukealexdavis · electromagnets / explainers / metals The physics behind Wile E. Coyote’s 10 billion-volt electromagnetBugs Bunny dodged an electromagnet there. AI, Computing, Physics, Science, Tech · January 7, 2022January 7, 2022 by lukealexdavis · astrophysics / cars / China / Japan / Moon / Moore's law / neuroscience / software / UK PopSci's 'Wonders Of The Year 2020' (from 2011)People had lofty ambitions for the future in 2011? How did they pan out? Physics, Science · December 30, 2021December 28, 2021 by lukealexdavis · data viz / geology / Moon A unified geologic map of the MoonExplore every inch of the moon with this unified map. Computing, Physics, Science, Tech · December 19, 2021January 15, 2022 by lukealexdavis · black holes / electromagnets / Japan / quantum computing Black holes, lasers, and quantum computingOut of the void, into computing. Blerds, Mathematics, Physics · November 25, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / people of colour / racism / theoretical physics Sylvester James Gates Jr. looks back at his career during the 2021 MIT Compton Lecture‘Those of us who read history are not surprised by where we are now.’ Blerds, Physics, Science · November 1, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · astrophysics / Black people / Black women / how to / people of colour / women Danielle Speller on burnout, identity, and how to maintain balance‘For me, resilience in the face of burnout has required that I place my identity in deeper things.’ Blerds, Physics, Science, Tech · October 22, 2021December 20, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black women / MIT / social justice / women How Obiageli Nwodoh learnt to use physics in her social justice workFrom the lab to the lawyer’s office. Physics, Science · October 19, 2021December 8, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Moon A.D. Carson on the poignance of 'Whitey on the Moon'‘I can’t pay no doctor bills, but whitey’s on the moon/Ten years from now I’ll be paying still, while whitey’s on the moon.’ Biology, Blerds, Chemistry, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Science, Tech · September 2, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / people of colour / Twitter How a series of Twitter hashtags have brought Black scientists togetherBlack scientists have taken to Twitter to share their work and experiences. 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. Biology, Chemistry, Earth Sciences, Physics, Science · June 28, 2021January 22, 2022 by lukealexdavis · Earth / geology / gold / video What if the world turned to gold?Thank god Midas isn’t real and available.Posts navigationOlder 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.