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All about the Lloyd's Register Foundation.
Our most direct means of achieving our mission is through awarding grants to research and education organisations
We seek to use the best data, evidence and insight available to better understand the complex factors that affect safety.
We monitor outcomes to ensure our grants deliver value for money, achieve their charitable objectives, and deliver benefit to wider society.
The latest news, events and publications from the Foundation, and our historical Register of Ships and Reference Library.
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News and information on COVID-19 from Lloyd’s Register Foundation and its global community.
Our Chief Executive, Professor Richard Clegg, highlights the inspiring ways our community is responding to COVID-19 and the importance of keeping connected.
Over the last year, we have sponsored two talented female engineers, Grace Ingabire and Prossie Arinaitwe, to study at The University of Manchester.
The Data Centric Engineering programme has launched 'Project Odysseus' - using data to understand London's busyness and enable effective COVID-19 policy.
Engineering X's Pandemic Preparedness programme will support the UK and global engineering communities in learning from the current COVID-19 pandemic.
Lloyd's Register Foundation partner CHIRP Maritime are leading an international campaign to unilaterally grant seafarers key worker status.
Our fishSAFE 2025 project team distributed over 200 hand sanitisers and face masks to fishermen in rural communities with vital hygiene messages.
Our Resilience Shift team have created resources to identify lessons from COVID-19, and share experiences from 10 decision makers confronting the pandemic.
We are supporting STEM Learning to deliver “ENTHUSE Partnerships”, creating networks that allow schools to respond to COVID-19 closures with greater resilience.
Our partners Royal Museums Greenwich are one of more than 40 museums who were able to answer calls from NHS hospitals for donations of PPE equipment.
All schemes and calls remain open, and we are aware that the current circumstances may affect deliverables.