Stanford University Libraries Department of Special Collections and University Archives is excited to announce the completion of the processing of the STOP AIDS Project records. This effort was made possible by a detailed processing grant from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC).
In 1970, the emergence of a standardized 1/2" open reel video format changed the media landscape for documentarians, visual artists, educational institutions and home video enthusiasts. EIAJ-1 became the first widely used non-broadcast video format, and its prevalence has led to an abundance of inaccessible content held by many libraries and institutions.
New website launched this week for the Revs Program at Stanford. Check out the research projects and the upcoming classes. http://revs.stanford.edu/
The Revs Program at Stanford is inspired by the opportunity to become the world's leading center to facilitate the understanding of the importance of the automobile to the development of the 20th and 21st centuries. The program aims to put the automobile at the center of the university and raise the quality of academic discourse at Stanford and beyond. The Revs Program at Stanford was made possible by the vision of Miles Collier, the founder of the Revs Institute, business executive, artist, and philanthropist.
Chris Gerdes and Joe Hustein from the Mechanical Engineering Department are co-directors of the Revs Program at Stanford.
IEEE has partnered with the MIT Press to bring high quality eBooks content in computer science and engineering technologies to the IEEE Xplore® digital library. More than 400 titles in fields such as computer science, artificial intelligence, information theory, computer programming, information technology, and electrical engineering are now available in the Library's IEEE Xplore® subscription.
The second edition of Comprehensive Biotechnology is available online and in print to Stanford students, faculty, and staff.