Emergence and Evolution
1–4. Sheffield Centre for Robotics
1. Emergent behaviour in robot swarms (Stuart Wilson)
2. A robot model of ‘trace’ fossils from the dawn of life (with the Natural History Museum) (Jonathan Glancy)
3. Inside Trak—exploring patterns in the visual brain (Alex Cope)
4. Using natural selection to create music (Charles Fox)
5. Queen Mary's University of London: Darwinian neurodynamics (Chrisantha Fernando)

Active Touch
6-10. Bristol Robotics Laboratory & Sheffield Centre for Robotics
6. The Tactile Helmet—bio-inspired sensory augmentation for fire-fighters (Craig Bertram)
7. The BIOTACT sensor—mammal-like whiskered touch for exploring objects (Charlie Sullivan)
8. ShrewBot—a mobile robot modelled on the Etruscan Shrew (Jason Wolfe)
9. Muscle-like actuation for biomimetic active touch (Tareq Assaf)
10. TactTip—a new artificial fingertip (Benjamin Winstone)

Biohybrid Systems
11-12. Bristol Robotics Laboratory
11. EcoBot—a robot with microbe-based digestion (Iwona Gajda)
12. Controlling robots with living slime moulds (Ella Gale)
13. Bauhaus University of Weimar: ChromaPhy—a living wearable made from amoebas (Theresa Schubert)

The Biomimetic Menagerie
14. Hiroshima University: A swimming robot based on the polyclad flatworm (Toshiya Kazama)
15. Tokyo Institute of Technology: The virtual chameleon (Funio Mizumo)
16. Brain Vision Systems, Paris: Binnobot (Patrick Pirim)
17. The Biorobotics Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna: The octopus project (Michelle Giorelli)
18. The Centre for Micro-BioRobotics, Italian Institute of Technology: Plant-like robots that grow and change shape (Barbara Mazzolai)
19. The Italian Institute of Technology, Genoa: HYQ—a quadruped mammal-like robot (Claudio Semini)
20. University of Ilmenau: A tuna fish-like swimming robot (Max Fremerey)
21. Case Western Reserve University: A crawling worm robot (Kathryn Daltorio)
22. SPECS lab. at University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona & Imperial College, London: The iCub robot DJ (Stephane Lalle)
23. The Aerial Robotics Laborotory, Imperial College, London: Micro flying robots (Mirko Kovac)

Biomimetics in Medicine
24. The MIM Lab, Imperial College, London: A wasp-like needle for minimally-invasive surgery (Ricardo Secoli)
25. The Centre for Robotics Research, Kings College, London: Biomimetic medical robots (Thrish Nanayakkara)
26. SPECS lab. at University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona. A rehabilitation gaming system (Armin Duff)


C1. Engineering Arts; Robothespian (Nicole Carey)
C2. The Shadow Robot Company: The Shadow dextrous hand (Armando De La Rosa Tames)
C3. IOP Publishing: Biomimetics & Bioinspiration Journal (Lisa Searle)

A1. Harold Cohen: AARON an autonomous machine art-making intelligence
A2. David Cope: Experiments in Musical Intelligence (EMI)
A3. Patrick Tresset: Paul, an artificial drawing entity
A4. The Experimental Functional Android Assistant Project (Anna Mura): Human-robot interaction in dance
A5. Penousal Machado: Artificial evolution and ornamentation
A6. Pollie Barden: Firefly
A7. Sam Conran: Dreamscape concrete
A8. Simon Colton: The painting fool
A9. Guy Brown: Three ambrotypes of biomimetic robots
A10. Konstantinos Grigoriadis: Arachnoids