The Lloyd's Register Foundation are funding a public curator of contemporary maritime at Royal Museums Greenwich.
The Lloyd's Register Safety Accelerator innovation challenges offers trial funding and partnerships with leading marine and energy experts: Kotug and Gassco.
The Foundation's Access to Research Infrastructure Scheme was established to help researchers access research infrastructure in support of studies leading to improved safety of life and property.
Lloyd's Register Foundation, a charity helping to protect the safety of life and property by supporting education, research and public engagement, today announces the launch of its Insight Report on safety in the fishing industry.
Read more about our call for expressions of interest to determine the need for a programme or network with the primary aim of enhancing safe working in confined spaces.
The University of Hull, in collaboration with Lloyd’s Register Foundation and the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History, is offering four full-time UK/EU PhD Scholarships in the cultural and technical dimensions of 19th and 20th century shipping, fisheries and trade.
The Lloyd’s Register Safety Accelerator, established to solve some of the toughest safety and risk challenges, has partnered with global innovation platform Plug and Play.
The Foundation launches its Foresight review on global safety evidence, showing what global safety data is available, and how to make this fit for the future.
Lloyd’s Register Foundation and HSE announce 'DISCOVERING SAFETY' programme.
The Foundation’s Foresight review on design for safety explores how a culture of design for safety can enhance the safety of the world around us.
The workshop and insight reports have brought together some of the best minds in the world to help us understand the problem and arrive at evidence-based recommendations. Fishing and ferries are two of the most hazardous occupations globally, and anything we can do will save real lives.
In 2016, Lloyd's Register Foundation provided funding to MX3D, to make the world’s first 3D-printed steel bridge. The full span of the bridge is now complete and has undergone its first informal load tests.