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

Internship available – HORIZON & RCA Design Products (HOR-INTERN-2018-07)

HOR-INTERN-2018-07: Domestic Food Waste: Scoping Socio-Technical Intervention – CLOSING DATE 31st JULY 2018 Proposed start […]

Action at a Distance – Studies in the Practicalities of Executive Management

Robert J Anderson, an Associate of Horizon Digital Economy Research and fellow author, W.W. Sharrock, […]

Performing the Future – an afternoon exploring ‘when the future comes’

Join artist Rachel Jacobs at an afternoon of talks, artworks and a workshop that looks […]

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Horizon Blog Posts

UnBias Algorithmic Preference Survey

We are conducting a survey on algorithm preferences for solving resource-allocation problems. The survey consists […]

Age-Appropriate Design Code – call for evidence by the ICO

As of May 25th 2018 the Data Protection Act 2018 (DPA2018) has taken effect in […]

The Royal College of Physicians, safe medical staffing report and the relevance of mathematical sciences in real-world challenges.

On Friday 13th of July, the Royal College of Physicians (RCP), a British professional body […]

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