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We're looking for the very best research from academics in the UK. Win up to £5,000 by entering your research into our competition.
We are constantly striving to better understand the world around us so that we can manage and mitigate risks and make sure that our insurance pricing fairly reflects the risks posed by various sectors or perils.
Lloyd's is the world's specialist insurance market where cover is provided for a wide range of risks.
We help individuals and companies manage risks ranging from property damage to third-party liability. To help us better understand these risks, it's important for us to keep track of academic research in a variety of fields.
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We believe that our industry has some technical challenges that should be very interesting to academics around the world. These include better understanding the impact and management of climate change, the use of cutting-edge mathematics in modelling and the understanding of the benefits and risks of nanotechnology.
This year we are calling for published research within the following categories:
We’ve listed a few questions below just to get you thinking. But don’t let these steer you too much. We are keen to hear about the questions you think we should be asking too.
Biological and technological
Geopolitical and societal
The submission deadline is 25 September 2013.
This year we are seeking entries in the following categories:
To submit your application, please fill out our entry form. You must also send the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org to complete your application:
Please read our terms and conditions before applying. For further information regarding the prize, read our Science of Risk booklet.
Find out all you need to know about the Science of Risk prize.
Science of Risk booklet
Lloyd's Science of Risk Prize 2013
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