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New institute partners Collier Collection, Stanford University to bring car data to the world

naplesnews.com, January 15, 2012

Jan. 6 announcement on plans for Stanford University to digitize the vast Collier Collection library, tapping into Stanford expertise to create a virtual library of the Collier Collection and potentially other automotive libraries from around the world. Professor Chris Gerdes presents an overview of the Revs Program supported research on the instrumentation of racing cars.   Read Full Article

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Revs Program at Stanford Wins Historic Motoring Awards

The International Historic Motoring Awards, November 17, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford wins award for Industry Champion of the Year at the inaugural International Historic Motoring Awards held at St. Pancras Renaissance Hotel before an audience of racing legends, celebrities, collectors and industry heads.   Read Full Article

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Stanford Wires Up John Morton, Ancient Porsche in the Name of Science

Car and Driver, October 16, 2011

Follow the Revs Program team at Laguna Seca as they instrument John Morton and a 1960 Porsche Carrera Abarth GTL from the Collier Collection to understand human-machine interaction.   Read Full Article

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Cars are topic of academic inquiry at Stanford University program

The Sacramento Bee, October 16, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford, created by the vision of Miles Collier, elevates the study of the automobile through cross-discipline research and course offerings in archaeology, art and art history, urban studies, and design and engineering.   Read Full Article

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Porsche Rennsport Reunion IV: Revs Porsche Program

Road & Track, October 15, 2011

Take a look at the 1960 Porsche Abarth Carrera GTL from the Collier Collection at the Porsche Rennsport Reunion instrumented by the Revs Program at Stanford.   Read Full Article

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Vintage racecars reveal new insights into man and machine

Stanford University News, August 25, 2011

Stanford researchers instrumenting vintage race cars and drivers to help create advanced safety devices for future cars.   Read Full Article

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Lynch on the Collier Collection and Revs Institute

VeloceToday.com, August 10, 2011

Automotive historian Michael Lynch chronicles the history of the Collier Collection and the creation of the Revs Program at Stanford to bring the automobile to the center of the university.   Read Full Article

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Revs Program at Stanford: Preserving the meaning of the automobile

examiner.com, April 18, 2011

The Revs Program at Stanford founded by visionary Miles Collier researches and teaches automotive topics across various schools such as humanities, fine arts, social sciences, design, science and engineering and will create a multi-media library of automotive history and knowledge.   Read Full Article

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Stanford starts new program all about the automobile

autoblog, April 11, 2011

With the April 7 symposium "Celebrating the Automobile," Stanford University kicks off a new multi-disciplinary program focusing on the automobile.   Read Full Article

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Stanford's Auto 101

Automotive News, First Shift Video, April 11, 2011

Stanford University creates new program to inspire the study of automobiles and their influence on the 20th and 21st century.  The Revs Program at Stanford, an inter-disciplinary program, will study the mechanical, cultural and human experience of designing, driving and understanding the automobile.   Read Full Article

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