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New initiative delivers transformative technology to improve medical education and the student learning experience.

February 14, 2024, Thousand Oaks, California – Supernova Academy Inc., a leading augmented reality technology company serving the educational and business communities, has announced a new collaboration with The Glasgow School of Art to deliver next generation, immersive e-Learning experiences for students.

Combining The Glasgow School of Art’s extensive expertise and innovation in medical visualization and immersive technologies, with Supernova’s leading AR technology-based educational content, will advance the company’s eLearning platform technology and overall student learning experience.

“We’re delighted to be collaborating with Supernova Academy in order to improve medical education through innovative uses of technology, including augmented and virtual realities,” noted Professor Paul Chapman, Director of Emerging Technology at The Glasgow School of Art (GSA).

“We are excited to be partnering with GSA to deliver next generation, AR-driven educational content to the medical and health sciences community.” said Irfan Khan, CEO of Supernova Academy. “The collaboration with GSA will deliver ground-breaking technology that utilizes cutting-edge AR and VR,
creating new experiences for students and could bring immense change – and a profound advantage — to the medical education industry.”

GSA is internationally recognized as one of Europe’s top university-level institutions in the visual creative disciplines. Over the past 15 years, GSA has been developing innovative tools and software to improve the overall understanding of human anatomy and complex medical procedures.

Supernova Academy’s technology combines comprehensive education with immersive and interactive learning to deliver innovative solutions and programs for education institutions. The company offers a full spectrum of courses geared towards a variety of topics, including human anatomy and physiology. The company plans to expand its medical course offerings in 2024 to include Neuroscience, Biochemistry, and Molecular Biology.

” AR-based technology has the potential to revolutionize the educational landscape for educators and students alike,” noted Khan. “The goal is to provide cutting edge, immersive AR and VR-based training and educational programs that effectively enhance and advance how students learn.”


About Supernova Academy Inc.
Supernova Academy Inc. is revolutionizing the healthcare industry by integrating surgery, imaging, computer science and engineering to develop state-of-the-art AR (augmented reality) technologies in medical education to improve surgical capabilities. With the belief that visual and immersive learning lays the foundation for aspiring physicians and healthcare work force, Supernova Academy offers a full spectrum of courses geared towards human anatomy and physiology. Our team of leading professionals, comprised of physicians, clinicians, developers and engineers, collectively have more than 50 years of experience training professionals in a multitude of industries, including healthcare, project management, manufacturing, and construction. The company is devoted to developing cutting edge, innovative and disruptive methodologies, delivering the best educational content that can be seamlessly integrated into training and educational programs. Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

About The Glasgow School of Art (GSA)
The Glasgow School of Art (GSA) is internationally recognized as one of Europe’s leading independent university-level institutions for education and research in the visual creative disciplines. Our studio-based, specialist, practice-led teaching, learning and research draw talented individuals with a shared passion for visual culture and creative production from all over the world. Originally founded in 1845 as one of the first Government Schools of Design, the School’s history can be traced back to 1753 and the establishment of the Foulis Academy delivering a European-style art education. Today, the GSA is an international community of over 3200 students and staff across
architecture, design, digital, fine art and innovation in our campuses in Glasgow and Altyre (in the Scottish Highlands) and a thriving Open Studio programme delivering non-degree provision to over 1500 students annually.



Bill Meyer, Sr. Director of Public Relations & Communications
Supernova Academy Inc.

Khatija Khan, Director of Communications, Operations
Supernova Academy Inc.