Shaping the future through ubiquitous technology

Horizon is a Research Institute at The University of Nottingham engaged in Digital Economy Research. Horizon brings together researchers from a broad range of disciplines to investigate how digital technology may enhance the way we live, work, play and travel in the future. Find out more about our work by reading our Horizon Impact Highlights brochure or by watching our short video From Human Data to Personal Experience.


Horizon News

“Unlocking digital Competition” with Professor Jason Furman

Professor Jason Furman presenting ‘Unlocking digital Competition’ – Is competition in the digital economy desirable? […]

HOR-INTERN-2019-01: Designing a Memory Machine

To apply, please complete the Internships Application Form. Closing date Applications must be made before […]

Resilience and the Future Machine: An Interdisciplinary Workshop

Rachel Jacobs – Artist and Associate Researcher at the Mixed Reality Laboratory, University of Nottingham […]

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Horizon Blog Posts

Designing a Memory Machine – Internship opportunity

  Overview The Memory Machine project aims to create a device that allows for the […]

Do you regularly use the Hopper Buses at the University of Nottingham?

   In My Seat is recruiting… We have created a mobile application designed to be […]

Bags of Impulsiveness: Psychological and Demographic Predictors of Plastic Bag Consumption in Big Data

Despite the success of plastic bag charges in the UK, there are still around a […]

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