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First Place: Ecotory

The first-place team from Texas A&M, developed an app that allows airline passengers to exchange unwanted meals and amenities for airline miles. It also allows airlines to better gauge passenger needs that integrate with their inventory systems.

Members: Emily Gonzalez, biomedical engineering senior; Claire Gregoire, mechanical engineering Ph.D. candidate; Noble Gutierrez, mechanical engineering sophomore; Sven Lohse, mechanical engineering junior; Ruiyu Qu, computer and electronics engineering junior; Teresa Valdez, computer and electronics engineering junior

Second Place: Aero-Stainable

The second-place team, Aero-Stainable, created a web-based interface that would allow airline passengers to select their food choices when purchasing their tickets.

Members: Sungjae An, mechanical engineering junior; Bella Arenas, general engineering freshman; Nick McDonough, general engineering freshman; Emma Ramirez, general engineering freshman; John Weber, aerospace engineering junior

Third Place: CITY SEEDS

Third-place team CITY SEEDS worked to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions in densely populated areas by using hydroponic plants and kinetic energy from footsteps to power LEDs simulating sunlight.

Members: Weicheng Gan, computer science and computer engineering Masters candidate; Amanda Gibbens, biomedical engineering Masters candidate; Matthew Holland, mechanical engineering senior; Kaushal Joshi, mechanical engineering Masters candidate; Ameya Kulkarni, industrial and systems engineering Masters candidate; Beatrice Nguyen, electrical engineering junior

Read the story about the Feb. 14-16, 2020 Invent for the Planet.