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A range of high-quality resources for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science are available on the web. For subject specific resources look at these guides:


ARQ - Advanced Robotics @ Queen Mary: Explore our very own robotics team at QMUL, includes opportunities for students at all levels.

Humanoid Robotics Group: Provides information about the MIT humanoid robotics projects (which possibly ended around 2003). It does include full-text papers from a number of conferences which the group attended. Documents the humanoid robot iCub, created by Instituto Italiano Di Tecnologia.

IEEE Robotics and Automation Society (RAS): RAS' official website, filled with news and updates from the society. Contains information about their publications, including guidelines for publishing in their journals.

Intelligent Robotics Lab: Robotic research group at the University of Birmingham. Contains links to the group member’s papers and information about current and past projects. Providing information about the Japanese tradition of karakuri, mechanical dolls.

Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence: Interdisciplinary research centre exploring the opportunities and challenges to humanity from the development of artifical intelligence. 

London Robotics Network: An open network for people interested in robotics which organises meetings, events and networking. 

NASA – Robotics: Videos and other multimedia covering NASA's work with robotics, such as the lunar rover.

Organic Robotics Lab: Research group at Cornell University. Contains lots of interesting information in different formats about their work and research.

Robocup: Robocup was created to encourage robotic research. Now lots of events are happening under the umbrella Robocup with different mission themes.

Robohub: Platform which aims to connect experts within business and universities.

Robotics Online: RIA – Robotic Industries Association’s official website, offers lots of content around the area of robotics, such as webinars and videos.

Soft Robotics Toolkit: Resource created in a cooperation between Harvard University and Trinity College Dublin, centering around soft robotics, focusing especially on medical applications.

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