Travis Bone is a graphic designer who has created concert posters for artists who work in a variety of musical genres, ranging from Childish Gambino to Lucinda Williams. Though Bone has been making posters for well over a decade, it’s rare that he is presented with the opportunity to design for an event that relates to space, or biology — or, in our case, both.
The most powerful technologies of the past 15 years have been revolutionary not only because of what they enable people to do, but also because they are easy to use.
In 2012, DARPA began funding a program at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering to develop Organs-on-Chips technology. The agency believed that this innovation held the potential to play a role in national security readiness by facilitating the rapid development of treatments for biological, chemical, and nuclear threats, either natural or man made.