Why you need extreme constraints to fuel innovation
AUGUST 10, 2017
The team calls itself a curiosity driven research group at Stanford, trying to invent novel technologies with clinical applications with a current focus on resource-poor settings. Amazing, cost-effective and extremely useful innovations come out from this frugal science advocate’s lab. They talk about Zappos, Southwest Airlines, and Aravind Eye Hospitals to drive home the point about turning a constraint, such as resource, time, and method, into a winning opportunity.