The Wellcome Collection's "Medicine Now" exhibition is a permanent display, that's closing in April. So you have just a few weeks left to visit it.
Is it science, art, or maybe both. An art exhibition seeks to explore the connection that sees science turned into art, with rather variable end results.
A display of Asian medicine writings collected by the Wellcome Collection a century ago has gone on display for the first time.
You've probably seen the black and white photo of a woman in futuristic hair-curlers promoting the Wellcome Collection's exhibition about electricity, but its more than hair tongs and kettles that's on display.
Deep in the dead of night, science, religion and art come together and dance a merry jig in the minds of sleeping Londoners.
Drums made from human skulls, jewellery from human bones, dogs for supper, and graphic sex -- all are an unexpected display of Buddhism at the Wellcome Collection.
A room filled with dense fog, coloured fog, still fog, murmurs in the fog, faces fading into view through the fog. This is the Wellcome Collection's latest art display.
Forensics, the mysterious solver of difficult to solve crimes that is the mainstay of many a crime novel and daytime TV series, is also now the topic of a new exhibition at the recently refurbished Wellcome Collection.
A first museum meal of the new year and as with all new-year resolutions, time for something annoyingly healthy to offset the excesses of the past month.
Outsider Art - the somewhat patronizing term given to art done by artists who are not formally trained as artists in big artist training camps. It is also the topic of an ongoing exhibition at the Wellcome Collection in central London.