The world's first 3D printed bridge
Using additive manufacturing techniques, our Netherlands-based partners MX3D are developing a 12m ‘smart bridge’ that will cross a busy section of the Amsterdam canal system.
Landmark study of maritime worker health
Lloyd’s Register Foundation is collaborating with The Seafarers Hospital Society (SHS) and Yale University on a landmark study of maritime worker health initiatives.
Improving global food safety outcomes
Dr Alex Caveen discusses how understanding current food safety programmes will allow improvements to be made on future food safety interventions.
Understanding risk in global supply chains
Data from the World Risk Poll enables Sedex members to identify where the risk of accidents and injuries is greater.
ODI publish new report on sharing engineering data
This report is the result of a project by the Open Data Institute (ODI), funded by Lloyd’s Register Foundation, which began in December 2019.
Scholarships promoting safety at sea
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Thomas Chapman Scholarships are based at the University of Hull, using the history of Lloyd's Register to enhance safety at sea.
Search and rescue in a global pandemic
Lloyd's Register Foundation is supporting the International Maritime Rescue Federation (IMRF) to develop a Pandemic Response Guidance Manual, helping search and rescue continue through the pandemic.
Is it time to hold, look back and reconcile?
Dr Nektarios Karanikas is Associate Professor in the Health, Safety and Environment Discipline at the School of Public Health and Social Work, Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology
Psychological wellbeing for safety during COVID and beyond
Psychological wellbeing for safety during COVID and beyond: sharing insight from organisations’ responses to the pandemic, with a particular focus on the maritime sector.
The Future of Regulatory Systems
Lloyd's Register Foundation's latest foresight review explores regulating in a disruptive world.