Exhibition: A History Through Objects: Research and Innovation at the University of Birmingham
- Throughout the Aston Webb Building including the ground floor corridors and Rotunda Gallery (first floor)
- Friday 20 May 2022 (09:00) - Wednesday 31 July 2024 (17:00)
Since its origin, researchers at the University of Birmingham have created and discovered new things, improved people’s health and provided new ways of understanding the world and our place in it. From the sciences and the arts, their ground-breaking achievements have been recognised and honoured at national and international level, including the Nobel Prize.
This exhibition showcases a range of historical and contemporary examples of research and discovery, created in Birmingham with global reach - affecting the lives of millions of people around the world. Through objects, the exhibition tells the stories of the research itself, the people behind it and those whose lives have been changed by it.
When: Monday - Friday, 09.00 - 17.00. Please note that the exhibition will not be accessible on any University closed days.
For further information, please see our exhibition page.
For access information for our temporary exhibition spaces in the Aston Webb Building, please see the Aston Webb Building AccessAble pages.
A tactile map is available to guide you around the A History through Objects exhibition and large format, braille and image description guides are available in each section of the exhibition. Monoculars are also available on request.
If you have any questions related to your access requirements, please contact us by email.