In our latest video looking inside the Revs Program, student researchers reflect on their experiences working on the historic vehicles of the The Collier Collection and the impact these vehicles have had on their research and career perspectives. The Collier Collection of Automobiles and a major research library are part of the Revs Institute for Automotive research in Naples, FL. The video was created to mark the public opening of the Revs Institute on March 25.End
New Video: Historic Vehicles Changing Student Trajectoriesby Revs Program at Stanford March 12, 2014
The influential vehicles of the Collier Collection reach out from the past to shape vehicles of the future and change student lives.
The Revs Program at Stanford was featured on the most recent podcast of 'Motor Trend' audio.
The students in ME200, 'Understanding Historical Significance,' awarded their trophy to a revolutionary early race car on August 21, 2016.
The Revs Program at Stanford supported the launch of MARTY, Stanford's self-driving, electric, drifting DeLorean.
Stanford students from ME200 'Understanding Historical Signficance' awarded their Revs Program at Stanford award to the most historically significanct car at the 2014 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance.
ME class invites strangers to pair up for a car adventure EXPE ‘14.
Here are three features a Revs student would love for San Francisco Muni to “borrow” from Bogotá’s TransMilenio bus system.
Students in Stanford's Graduate Program in Journalism launched "Leaded Gas: A Toxic Tale", a web adaptation of Jamie Lincoln Kitman's award-winning article "The Secret History of Lead", originally published in The Nation.