MOLA holds a significant collection of archaeological material. This diverse collection includes human remains, zooarchaeological and environmental collections, spatial data, and ceramic and finds assemblages.
As well as working on collaborative projects MOLA grants independent researchers access to this material for their studies. Find out more about studying MOLA’s material and explore the list of previous and ongoing research projects at
MOLA’s research is made available through its publication programme. Explore over 130 titles at http://www.mola.org.uk/publications
Information on article that MOLA experts have written and contributed to, as well as archaeological reports, are made available via MOLA’s Resource Library http://www.mola.org.uk/resource-library
Highlights of some of MOLA’s research projects can be viewed online at http://www.mola.org.uk/research-and-community-projects
MOLA’s research strategy, research and ethics standards and guidelines, research application request form and destructive sampling application form are all downloadable at