Christina Hacobian of Loyola Marymount University presented a proposal on UV light air filters. Her proposal would place UV lights on air filters inside of metro systems to sanitize and purify the air, thereby protecting citizens from airborne viruses and improving quality of life.
Emma Martino of CSU Chico presented a proposal for a nutrition app, which would recognize and define the ingredients listed on food packaging or menus to help people in Hong Kong understand what they are eating.
Hank Sze of UC Berkeley presented a proposal on an educational technology startup that aims to provide data-driven academic and professional resources for community college students.
Jared Lee of Pepperdine University presented a proposal on telehealthcare, which would provide remote healthcare to ease the responsibility of elder care on family members and allowing Hong Kong to maintain a vibrant, productive workforce.
Savannah Kaufman of Reed College presented a proposal on indoor food production, which would increase the number of vertical and indoor farms, thereby making food more accessible and allowing food to be produced year-around in a self-sufficient, low-cost environment.