Research @ NU

The University believes in the mutual reinforcement of teaching and research which positively impacts its learning environment and aspires to continuously transfer its research outcomes for societal benefits.

About Research

Research is essential to nation-building. It promotes social progress, economic growth, prosperity and makes a nation more competitive in the global scenario. Further, it helps to equip and train the workforce and encourages creativity and innovation. The National University of Science and Technology has a clearly defined research strategy and plans that include fundamental and applied research with strong industry, community, and university collaboration in the Sultanate of Oman and beyond the region. NU aspires to promote and implement both discipline-specific and multidisciplinary research through the provision of the required infrastructure, training, and resources contributing to the socio-economic growth in the region and beyond. The key research areas of the University include Energy and Industry, Information and Communication Technology, Health and Social Services, and Environmental and Biological Sciences.

We are committed to harnessing technology-driven research to generate new knowledge through collaborative and multidisciplinary research involving engineering, medical and applied pharmaceutical science. Further, we carry out specific scientific and technological research and consultancy in close cooperation with industries and the community. Our research focus is customer-driven, and we make a special effort to ensure fruits of research benefit the customer, faculty and community at large. Our primary focus is on using our expertise to solve research problems by applying known technology to minimize cost, risk, and development time.

Achievements

The University has achieved much success in research performance over the past six years including:

  • More than 70 funded research projects 
  • 3700 publications
  • 20 active international collaborations
  • More than 50 PhDs supervised
  • More than 300 student publications
  • More than 300 Master dissertations
  • 14 Patents

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