In significant recognition of innovation and excellence in higher education, the University of Nottingham's groundbreaking research resulting in the Neupulse technology being developed into a wearable device to alleviate symptoms for individuals with Tourette Syndrome by Neurotherapeutics Ltd has been awarded the prestigious Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths Research Project of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2023.
The awards, often dubbed the 'Oscars of higher education' are a hallmark of excellence across the UK and Ireland's higher education sector.
Professor Stephen Jackson from the University of Nottingham's School of Psychology and Chief Scientific Officer at Neurotherapeutics Ltd has been at the forefront of the groundbreaking research leading to the innovative technology which is now evolving into a wearable device under the stewardship of Neurotherapeutics Ltd.
Professor Jackson said:
"We're honoured to receive this award for our research. We have always been driven by a desire to make a real difference in the lives of those with Tourette Syndrome. We're excited about the potential of the Neupulse wrist device being developed by Neurotherapeutics Ltd to bring significant improvements to their daily lives.”
The recognition at THE Awards is a testament to the project's groundbreaking potential.
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