The University of Birmingham’s Research and Cultural Collections is a cornucopia of extraordinary artefacts, including treasures such as West African masks, Pop Art prints, celestial globes, 19C medical waxes and historic scientific instruments.
Includes work by many acclaimed artists, such as Peter Lanyon, John Bratby, Sonia Lawson, Eduardo Paolozzi and Barbara Hepworth
From early galvanometers and chart recorders to ray oscilloscopes and the latest digital technology
Celebrating the extensive cultural traditions and artistic expression of countries in West Africa
Approximately 2000 examples of Greek, Mycenean, Roman and Egyptian pottery, funerary, domestic and religious objects
Contains historical objects reflecting the development of particular specialties, including anatomy, ophthalmology and dentistry
Throwing light on the University's history and developing traditions