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    29.03.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Daniel Bär won the Portescap award for his diploma project completed in our lab. Read the whole article
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    10.03.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Robot ora si evelvono" published in Panorama Read the whole article
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    01.03.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the review by Takashi Gomi published in Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines of the book Evolutionary Robotics Read the whole article
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    30.01.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Sono italiani i robot predatori che ispirano lo scrittore" published in L'Unita Read the whole article
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    15.01.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems The new book by Michael Crichton, "Prey", is partly inspired upon our work in evolutionary robotics. Read the whole article
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    01.01.03 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Various newspaper articles related to Solar Impulse announcement" published in various newspapers Read the whole article
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    12.12.02 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Des robots pour simuler une fourmilière" published in Echo Magazine Read the whole article
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    01.12.02 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the article titled "Neurones ou silicone, cherchez l'erreur" published in Polyrama Read the whole article
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    01.08.02 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems Click here to read the review by Horatiu Voicu published in AI Magazine of the book Evolutionary Robotics Read the whole article
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    01.06.02 — Laboratory of Intelligent Systems The paper "Evolution of Homing Navigation in a Real Mobile Robot" (D. Floreano and F. Mondada) was found to be in the 481 highly co-cited papers used by the Science Foresight Project. Read the whole article