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From Bunsen burners to automated laboratory robots, these objects document experimental and routine laboratory tools and techniques that have been developed to research human biology and physiology, diagnose medical conditions and develop and test therapies.
Main unit with recording drum, for Sherrington Starling kymograph, England, c. 1955
Stellar stereotaxic apparatus, Chicago, United States of America, 1955-1965
Diorama showing a chemical laboratory in the early 1700s, England, 1901-1970
Set of glass pipettes made by Sir Almroth Wright for use in research, London, England, 1902-1914
Colorimeter with three disc comparators, Wiltshire, England, 1951-1960
Diorama showing Lavoisier carrying out an experiment in Paris in 1789, England, 1945-1960