Monthly news bulletin - Issue 1/2014.
Welcome everybody to our first monthly update from the Lloyd's Register Foundation.
Presentations from our international technical colloquium.
Impact of research funded by Lloyd's Register Foundation into enhancing the safety of critical infrastructure important to society.
£1M support helps fund local UK lifesavers.
Three volunteer crew members from Kinghorn RNLI lifeboat station have had a vital part of their crew training funded by the Lloyd’s Register Foundation.
Nanotechnology and big data – the next industrial revolution?
An expert panel was assembled by the Foundation to review the potential implications of nanotechnology on the safety and performance of engineering assets.
Call for proposals: Preparatory grant in nanotechnology.
Inviting proposals from consortia of universities and research organisations for preparatory grants to establish an international research consortium in nanotechnology.
Leading the UK’s first postgraduate centre in structural integrity.
The Foundation has signed a heads of agreement with TWI to provide £15 million research funding to establish the new National Structural Integrity Research Centre.
Debating the impact of big data on critical infrastructure.
The increasing velocity, variety and volume of data is well recognised as having major and critical influences on the way in which society operates.
UWE Bristol student helps Ugandans improve water security.
BA Geography student Oscar McLaughlin has recently returned from a six month placement working to help improve poor communities’ access to water services.
UK's Year in Industry winners.
The Lloyd's Register Foundation recently attended the Engineering Development Trust’s Year in Industry (YINI) Contribution to the Business Awards (Cttb).
Collegium tackles global coastal eco-cities challenge.
An intensive research exercise has put 24 scholars from around the world in position to help solve humankind’s biggest challenges – focussing on coastal eco-cities.