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on Wednesday, May 10, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Wednesday, May 3, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Wednesday, April 26, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Wednesday, April 5, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Wednesday, April 19, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Wednesday, April 12, 2017
BY CHRISTOPH MEYER
ME 302C - The Future of the Automobile - Mobility Entrepreneurship is a Stanford course taught by Reilly Brennan and Stephen Zoepf in Spring 2017. This course will feature a series of guest speakers across the spectrum of the mobility industry, with Pearl, Turo, and Lyft featured...
on Tuesday, February 14, 2017
By Christoph Meyer
 
on Wednesday, January 18, 2017
As autonomous vehicles force us to rethink cities, we should make sure to center them on people
By Robert Young
on Wednesday, December 14, 2016
Written by Lene Harbott
As a neuroscientist in a lab working on automated vehicles, I am often asked by friends and acquaintances questions such as “Why bother? Cars will be driving themselves in x years.” (the value of x depending on age and optimism), and “Aren’t your colleagues making your job...
on Monday, October 31, 2016
Discrimination Persists in Peer Transportation Systems
Written by Stephen Zoepf of the Center for Automotive Research at Stanford.

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