10/12/2016: The TERMES exhibit is on display in the Bug Lab at the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa from December 10th-April 17th 2017, (Photo credit The Bug Labs Exhibition Development Team)
29/12/2016: Review on Soft Actuators for Small-Scale Robotics published in Advanced Materials.
11/10/2016: Paper on mechanically intelligent swarms creating two-dimensional structures according to user-specified properties, presented by Petra Jenning at the Acadia Conference 2016.
30/10/2016: NorthEast Robotics Colloquium at Cornell. Eugene and Lawrence present their work on Spider-Insired Jumping Robots, and Kirstin gives a keynote speech on Construction by Robot Collectives.
21/10/2016: Kirstin is voted in to the Field of Computer Science at Cornell.
29/9/16: Congratulations to Sam Rosenstein for receiving the Engineering Learning Initiatives Award for his work on automated software to study social insects!
1/8/2016: Kirstin starts as Assistant Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Cornell University, New York.
01/08/2015: Kirstin becomes a member of the Max Planck ETH Center for Learning Systems.
18/12/2014: Work on collective construction robots and Kilobots voted among the top 10 scientific breakthroughs of 2014 by Science.
22/10/2014: Kirstin starts a postdoctoral position with Director Metin Sitti in the Physical Intelligence Department at Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany.