Student Power - amazing!

Back in 2009 George Kembel, cofounder and executive director ofthe Stanford design school, the, discussed a unique student project.Citizens of Nepal asked his students to solve a pressing need: affordableincubators that could save the lives of newborns. The students developed theirfirst prototype--a $25 "sleeping bag" that could hold and retain heatquickly and efficiently. This month and two years later, Kembel presented anupdate on the project. The results have been astounding, he says. The student'scompany, Embrace, is now positioned to save 100,000 lives and prevent illnessin 800,000 children.



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