In the News

05/17/13 CNN's "The Next List" profiles Jim Patell  watch the episode

05/12/13 AdaptAir receives second place prize in the BASES 2013 annual challenge.  Stanford Daily, " BASES awards $150,000 to startups in annual challenge"

04/09/13 Stanford GSB Center for Social Innovation, "Duct Tape, Empathy, and Radical Collaboration: A Tool Kit for Changing the World" also in Stanford Business Magazine Spring 2013 page 30

12/01/12 Harvard Business Review, "Reclaim Your Creative Confidence"

10/16/12 Embrace wins Fast Company Innovation by Design Award

07/09/12 AdaptAir received first prize in the Core77 2012 Design Awards in the Social Impact Student Category (minute 13 of video)

07/01/12 Specimen Magazine, Interview with Jim Patell

06/07/12 The Wall Street Journal, "Forget B-School, D-School is Hot"

04/30/12 The New Yorker, "There are no walls between Stanford and Silicon Valley"

02/01/12 San Francisco Medicine, "d.Medicine at Stanford" and "Creating Global Solutions"

11/30/11 Forbes Impact 30 includes Three Extreme Alumni

11/28/11 Foreign Policy, The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers, Design for Extreme Affordability is the Best Idea 

11/4/11 ABC 7 KGO-TV/DT, "Stanford Brings Innovation to Developing Countries"

10/25/11 Embrace gets a name check from US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (8:23).

09/30/11 Christian Science Monitor, "Stanford's Institute of Design: School for world changers"

09/16/11 Embrace wins 2011 INDEX: People's Choice Award

ABC's 20/20" Be the Change, Save a Life" a program funded by the Gates Foundation

09/10/11 UTNE Reader "Selling Altruism"

04/25/11Miller McCune, "Save the poor by selling them stuff cheap"

12/17/10 ABC News, "Challenge Design"

08/24/10 Popular Science Awesome College Labs

05/05/10 Fast Company, "Stanford Students Prototype"

06/2009 Stanford GSB Alumi Magazine, Extreme Affordability Journal

04/01/09 Fortune Magazine, "Products for the Other 3 Billion"

National Geographic, "Big Ideas, Little Packages"

06/30/08 The Business of Innovation, "Execution Plan" (39:01)


Press Releases

Stanford Graduate School of Business Launches Institute to Alleviate Poverty with $150 Million Gift