Horizon Blog

Ahmed presents at the Royal Institute of Navigation

Horizon CDT student Ahmed Al-Talabany (2016 cohort) has been researching the use of personal data to configure navigation support of blind and partially sighted people. During last week’s Royal Institute […]


Preparing for the annual Horizon CDT 2021 Retreat

We are preparing for the Horizon CDT 2021 virtual retreat that will take place next week 19-21 April. This year’s annual retreat will take place online for the second consecutive […]


Podcast – Creating an Autistic Space

Jenn Layton Annable (2020 cohort) is researching the intersection between gender, autistic experience, and self-identity. Jenn joins Hanna Bertilsdotter-Rosqvist on the podcast by AutSpace to discuss how terminology, the choice […]


Abstract accepted for Autonomous Press Anthology

Congratulations to Jenn Layton Annable (2020 cohort) on having her abstract accepted for a book chapter in the upcoming anthology Tinfoil Hats: Stories by Mad People in an Insane World. […]


Get to know RIN’s Younger Members’ Group at tonight’s online event

The Royal Institute of Navigation will be hosting a virtual event today 7th April at 7pm: Get to know our Younger Members’ Group: Stories from 5 friendly faces Ahmed Al-Talabany […]