Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Mathematics, Science, Tech · December 24, 2021December 24, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / Black women / education / USA Supporting Black students as they embark on their STEM journeysDeLean Tolbert Smith’s explored the ways that Black families and their activities influenced their children’s STEM experiences. Biology, Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Science, Tech · December 4, 2021December 4, 2021 by lukealexdavis · bioengineering / MIT / racism Brian Williams: combating racism in public health with bioengineeringBioengineering as a way to fight racism in the public health sector? Brian Williams is striving for that and more. Black Tech, Blerds, Computing, The Internet, The Web · November 23, 2021November 27, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Apple / Black women / UX New York Times on Loretta Staples, a pioneering UI designer“She’s still thinking like a designer, just applying it in a different way.” Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Science, Tech · October 20, 2021November 27, 2021 by lukealexdavis · aerospace engineering / education / USA Shout out to Caleb Anderson, the 13-year-old Georgia Tech student studying aerospace engineering‘I want to help others that may just need nurturing and resources,’ Anderson said. Black Tech, Science · October 15, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Africa / Black people / education / natural language processing / people of colour Decolonise Science wants to bring more scientific terms to African languages‘There’s no original isiZulu word for dinosaur. Germs are called amagciwane, but there are no separate words for viruses or bacteria.’ Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering, Projects, Tech · October 3, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black people / Ghana / people of colour / video Samuel and his electric, solar-powered wooden motorbikeResourceful is an understatement. AI, Biology, Black Tech, Blerds, Computing, Engineering, Science, Tech · September 26, 2021December 22, 2021 by lukealexdavis · Black women / MIT / women MIT on Jordan Harrod, a PhD researcher using AI to study the brain‘Since making my YouTube channel, I’ve learned it’s important to give people reasonable expectations about what’s real and what they’re going to encounter in their lives.’ Black Tech, Blerds, Engineering · September 1, 2021December 31, 2021 by lukealexdavis · aerospace engineering / Black women / misogynoir / sexism / video / women The experiences of Black women in aerospace engineering40 years separate these two Black women but so much connects them in their lives as aerospace engineer graduates. AI, Black Tech, Blerds, Computing, Tech · August 5, 2021January 14, 2022 by lukealexdavis · Black women / ethics / Google / racism / women Wired on Timnit Gebru and her tumultuous time at GoogleBig up Timnit Gebru and Tom Simonite for his this piece on her. 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. 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, Projects, Tech · June 14, 2021December 11, 2021 by lukealexdavis · apps / Black people / Black women / books / people of colour / women Find Your Bind is an app for readers to find books written by authors of colourNaomi Adeniji and Wumi Obi are going places.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.