[2022] “University Teams ‘Take Off the Training Wheels’ to Develop Alternative Rovers” published online in NASA

[2021] “Hybrid-Roboter” published online in Deutschlandfunk

[2020] “RoboBusiness Direct Presents: The Future of Robotics: Research to Commercialization” published online in Robotics Tomorrow

[2020] “Engaging Universities in NASA’s Mission to Develop Space Exploration Technologies for the Moon to Mars” published online in BIGidea@NIAnet

[2020] “These fold-up robots fly just like ladybugs” published online in Popular Science

[2020] “NU Team Selected for NASA’s Big Idea Challenge” published online in COE News@Northeastern

[2020] “’PigeonBot’ Brings Robots Closer To Birdlike Flight” heard on Morning Edition by NPR

[2019] “To Build A Better Drone, Look to the Bat” published online in News@Northeastern

[2019] “Forget props and fixed wings. New bio-inspired drones mimic birds, bats, and bugs” published online in NBC News

[2019] “This Birdlike Robot Uses Thrusters to Float on Two Legs” published online in Wired

[2019] “Caltech Building Agile Humanoid Robot by Combining Legs With Thrusters” published online in IEEE Spectrum

[2019] “Meet Leonardo, the walking, jumping, flying robot” published online in New Atlas

[2019] “Some Robots Walk. Others Fly. He Built One That Can Do Both.” published online in News@Northeastern

[2018] “Mesmerized by how bats ‘dance in the air,’ this new Northeastern professor built a robotic one,” published online in News@Northeastern

[2017] “Bots on the move,” published online in Caltech magazine

[2017] “Engineers Build Robot Drone That Mimics Bat Flight” published online in Caltech News

[2017] “A robot that flies like a bat,” published online in Nature

[2017] “Bat Robot Offers Safety and Maneuverability in Bio-inspired Design”, published online in IEEE Spectrum

[2017] “Bat Bot Soon to Take to the Skies”, published online in The Wall Street Journal,

[2017] “Illinois robotic innovation spreads its wings”, published online in Big Ten Network,

[2017] “Wow! There Is a New Bat Drone”, published online in Associated Press,

[2017] “Behold Bat Bot, the First Flying Robot Bat”, published online in Popular Mechanics,

[2017] “Bat Bot is an autonomous drone that mimics a bat’s flight”, published online in Engadget

[2017] “Just Look At This Robot Bat Go”, published online in Gizmodo,

[2017] “The flying Bat Bot can swoop and dive like the real thing”, published online in The Verge

[2017] “Finally, the Robot Bat We Deserve and the Robot Bat We Need”, published online in Wired,

[2017] “Could this robot bat one day edge out quadrotors as the drone of the future?”, published online in ZDNet,

[2017] “Bat robots could be flying around disaster zones within five years”, published online in EuroNews,

[2017] “This robot can fly just like a bat” published online by Bangkok Post

[2017] “Scientists Develop New Bat-Inspired Flying Robot” published online by Tasnim News Agency

[2017] “Bat Bot rises: Engineers create winged robotic drone that flies like a bat”, published online in Yahoo News,

[2017] “This new drone design is inspired by bats’ flight”, published online in CBS News,

[2017] “Bat-Bot is a Drone That Flies Like a Bat”, published online in NBC News

[2017] “A ‘Bat Bot’ takes flight”, published online in PBS News,

[2017] “Bat-inspired robot swoops and dives like the real thing”, published online in New Scientist

[2017] “Advanced robotic bat’s flight characteristics simulates the real thing”, published online in EurekAlert,

[2017] “Bat Bot is the biomimetic flying soft robot we deserve”, published online in Techcrunch,

[2017] “Meet the ‘Bat Bot’: Scientists unveil robot that flies just like a bat”, published online in Fox News

[2017] “Bat Bot Flying Robot Mimics ‘Ridiculously Stupid’ Complexity Of Bat Flight”, published online in NPR,

[2017] “Bat robot takes wing”, published online in ScienceNews “The Bot That Flies Like a Bat”, published online in Air&Space,

[2017] “Advanced robotic bat’s flight characteristics simulates the real thing”, published online in Phys.org,

[2017] “Robot bat technology flies circles around other drones”, published online in the Columbian,