NASA CT Space Grant Consortium is thrilled to have been part of the CT Invention Convention’s first NASA CT Space Grant Innovation in Space Award presented on May 16th. The CT Invention Convention (CIC) is an internationally recognized educational organization started in 1983 that works to develop creative problem-solving and critical thinking skills through invention and entrepreneurship. The program encourages students to research, analyze and work on solutions to real-life problems. The culmination of this process is an annual competition event where students are recognized with awards and prizes for their hard work. This year, NASA CT Space Grant Consortium was asked to review finalists selected by CIC for the NASA CT Space Grant Innovation in Science Award, and selected Gaelle Luc as awardee for her Cold to Warm Coat invention.  Learn more about Gaelle’s invention and the other award finalists by clicking here.