The Foundation's Access to Research Infrastructure Scheme has been established to help researchers access research infrastructure in support of studies leading to improved safety of life and property.
Τhe Exhibition of HELMEPA's "Educational Community and Public Awareness Campaign on the Marine Environment, Shipping and Sciences" was inaugurated on Tuesday 26 September at the Cultural Center of Marmari.
A new report published by The Alan Turing Institute and Lloyd's Register Foundation identifies significant potential for engineers to use distributed ledger/blockchain technology to improve safety.
This year’s Open House London event proved to be the Heritage & Education Centre’s busiest yet – attracting 2,378 people!
Aligning with the opening of the new school year, the activities of HELMEPA's "Educational Community and Public Awareness Campaign on the Marine Environment, Shipping and Sciences" move to South Evia, and specifically to the towns of Marmari and Karystos, from 26 September to 6 October 2017.
Registration for the 2018 Conference is now open. Secure your place for the free event running from 9-10 May 2018.
Recommendations to improve public understanding of risk kick-starts Asia-focused risk research and communication.
Safety at sea promoted by vital maritime industry educational resource.
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.