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The buzz around bee brains: the future of flying robots? (28th June 2017)

Robot dog has an artificial woof that sounds like the real thing (7th June 2017)

Hoverbike takes off for extreme commute (21st February 2017)

The Rise of the Robots – Where is My Mind? (20th February 2017)

Facing the Robotic Revolution (also as a BBC Radio 4 programme) (20th February 2017)

The rise of the robots: is it a brave new world? (17th February 2017)

How can we make the most of artificial intelligence? (4th August 2016)

Aquabots, form up! Swarms of swimming robots that join together could help underwater rescues (18th May 2016)

Ingestible origami robot (12th May 2016)

Bee navigation hopes for developing simple drone (9th May 2016)

The robot revolution in caregiving (25th April 2016)

UN delay could open door to robot wars (6th October, 2015)

The future of robotics (31st July, 2015)

Why lethal autonomous weapons should be banned (28th July, 2015)

Major Boost To UK Robotics Capability With Launch of EPSRC UK Robotics and Autonomous Systems Network (24th June, 2015)

The iCubs are coming! How robots could teach our kids and do our dirty work (20th May, 2015)

Should lethal autonomous weapons – or killer robots – be banned? (14th April, 2015)

This drone has artificial intelligence modelled on honey bee brains (14th April, 2015)

We need ground rules if drone technology is to take off (7th April, 2015)

Click – featuring the Green Brain Project (4th April, 2015)

Me, myself, and iCub: Meet the robot with a self (18th March, 2015)

Before anyone bans killer robots, we have to define what they are (16 February, 2015)

Is it cruel to kick a robot dog? (13 February, 2015)

From seal pup pets to cleaners: how robots will help us age (20 January, 2015)

No need to panic – artificial intelligence has yet to create a doomsday machine (6 January, 2015)

We must be sure that robot AI will make the right decisions, at least as often as humans do (9 December, 2014)

Robots: the rise of the (more ethical) machines (5 December, 2014)

‘Humanoid’ robots are the future, pupils are told (17 November, 2014)

Dolls, pets, drones: six ways that robots will change the way we live (19 October, 2014)

¿Sueñan los androides con batallas? (7 October, 2014)

‘Self Assembly’ episode of ‘The Forum’ (6 October, 2014)

Algún día nos tragaremos un robot (30 September, 2014) – Someday we will swallow a robot

The Machines and Us (21 September, 2014)

Cutting-edge robots at Festival of the Mind, Sheffield (19 September, 2014)

How Paro the robot seal is being used to help UK dementia patients (8 July, 2014)

New flying robots to think for themselves (6 July, 2014)

Autonomous weapons: how to make robots human (26 June, 2014)

Yorkshire ready for the robot revolution (3 June, 2014)

‘Killer robots’ and their use to be debated at United Nations (10 May, 2014)

Noel Sharkey on the unreliability of ‘killer robots’ (28 March, 2014)

Flight of the robobee: the rise of swarm robotics (7 February, 2014)

Swarming robots, Dara O Briain’s Science Club (26 July, 2013)

Ban the killer robots before it’s too late (3 April, 2013)

Sheffield Robotics Media Coverage