This is a logo for a pathology society.
Parameters are: Symmetry. Science Colors, Blues & Greens. Connected circles representing diversity, connection, synergy.
I have an entire brief and hundreds of versions if needed.
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The tracking is very uneven; the space between the A and the rest of SIP is visually much larger than between the other letters in the display text.
Similarly, the circles are aligned visually with the upper edge of the A, but floating freely above the loop in the P. Choose one principle or the other (probably shrink from the right so as to align with the visual slope of the P).
The semicircles are not round; the squashed form seems to violate several of your principles.
The blue semicircles are similar enough that the difference in color seems like maybe a mistake. Having noticed that, I guess the grays have the same issue, though it's less noticeable (but in some sense more disturbing once you notice).