Each year, Intel brings more than 1,500 high school students from around the globe to ISEF (International Science and Engineering Fair) to compete for over $3 million in grants, scholarships and internships. As part of the Sci Art series, Intel connected 25 artists with 25 ISEF student scientists, asking each artist to create an original piece bringing one of the students’ scientific breakthroughs to life. Noise, a New York based digital agency, invited me to create a poster depicting the invention of a paper sensor that detects pancreatic cancer--an innovation that could save countless lives. The project won the Grand Prize, securing a Gordon E. Moore award. Intel hosted an online gallery that commemorated the Fair and prominently featured the posters.