@dga471 found the font, Alverata.
It was produced as part of Gerard Unger’s thesis, in which he studied medieval inscription typography.
The characteristics of the early twenty-ﬁrst-century model go together well with the main features of the Romanesque carved letterforms: Alverata has a large x-height and is slightly condensed. Its letterforms are robust, yet with reﬁnement in many details, for example where curves meet straight parts, and at the ends of curved parts. The large interior spaces of the letters and the taut curves show the designer’s personal preferences and echo modern art’s pure forms. It’s historical ties link Alverata to Modern Classicism.
Alverata brings together the old and the new, drawing on both ancient letter forms and modern abstract art, merging them into a single type. That unexpected bridge between two worlds is exactly what underlies Peaceful Science.