2018 marks the centenary of the end of the First World War, a campaign which cost millions of lives and ushered in the age of modern warfare. The Lloyd's Register and its employees played an integral role in the war and our records tell a fascinating story. Inevitably, members of LR staff 'joined colours' and fought in the war. Fifteen of these men died either in battle or as a result of their injuries and are commemorated on our memorial.
A free evening lecture on the construction of the Rogers building in 2000, where archaeologists from the Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA) were given the opportunity to dig under 71 Fenchurch Street and examine the eastern parts of the Roman and medieval cities.
The Foundation-funded exhibition, focusing on the development of maritime safety, is open from June 2018 to June 2019.
Want to learn more about the work of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation and its impact on society?
This is a free workshop where we will be answering any question you have about maritime history research, the history Lloyd's Register and the resources we have.
This is a free, hands on workshop designed to develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of how to use and understand ship plans and survey reports
Do you have ancestors that worked for Lloyd's Register? Do you want to know more about their careers and the organisation they worked for but not sure where to begin?
This is a free, hands on workshop designed to develop your skills, knowledge and understanding of the Lloyd’s Register of Ships and how it can be used as a research tool.
A series of lectures aimed at apprentices, young shipwrights, students and graduates held in Southampton, UK.
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk conference on risk perception, management and communication will be held in Singapore.
The National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) is hosting its annual conference on the 21-22 June 2017 at TWI facilities, Cambridge, UK
Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter looks at the ‘pipelines’ through which scientific evidence is propagated through the media to the public, and suggest ways of improving both the trustworthiness of the evidence being communicated, and the ability of audiences to assess the quality and reliability of what they are being told.
The conference will provide an opportunity for the ICON network to come together to consider the grand challenges in nanotechnology.
This two-day workshop, with attendees from academia and industry, aims to address the theory and practice in data acquisition design for reduced uncertainty in Bayesian inverse problems.
The Lloyd’s Register Foundation Safety Grand Challenge exhibition presents prototypes designed by students from the Royal College of Art aimed at promoting innovations for saving lives at sea and on rivers.
The event on 31 January 2017 will explore the role which distributed ledger and blockchain technologies might play in providing this assurance.
The 2016 CHRISTMAS LECTURES series to be televised on BBC4, 'Supercharged: Fuelling the Future', will explore one of humankind's biggest challenges: how to generate and store energy. It will be presented by Saiful Islam, Professor of Materials Chemistry at the University of Bath and is sponsored by the Foundation.
The event serves to emphasise the Foundation’s unique impact in the advancement of engineering-related education and research and supporting work that enhances safety of life and property.