The Foundation is proud to have sponsored three IMLI scholars who graduated at the end of May.
How could developments in the area of public understanding of risk improve outcomes for individuals and society - to enable better decisions for a safer world?
Mike Fitzpatrick's article, Nuclear power is set to get a lot safer (and cheaper) – here’s why, has been published by The Conversation.
Programme aims to support the public reputation of the charity and extend its networks of influence.
The programme is aimed at schoolchildren and the public with a theme on the marine environment, shipping and sciences.
Data sharing helps makes grant making more visible, informed, strategic and effective.
A natural filter for domestic water treatment – aWetbox - developed by MPhil student Yolandi Schoeman, has won innovation awards in South Africa and the US.
Design students have been looking at ways design-led innovation can bring new lifesaving design solutions to safety at sea and on rivers.
The National University of Singapore is looking to appoint the Founding Director of the Lloyd’s Register Foundation Institute for the Public Understanding of Risk.
Our global call for partners active in the area of RAS related to the safety and performance of engineered assets and infrastructures on which modern society relies.
Prof Mark Girolami FRSE will lead The Alan Turing Institute-Lloyd’s Register Foundation £10 million programme
This call for scoping studies for consolidating knowledge on resilience between and within critical infrastructure sectors is aimed at supporting the agenda setting.