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Enric

Ras i Oliva, Enric
Tarragona 1915 - Benicarló 2007

Professor, educator. Engineer and professor of electrical engineering at the Technical University of Catalonia (UPC). A beloved professor, a renowned engineer and a respected academic figure, Enric Ras i Oliva led engineering beyond where it seemed possible to when he began to practice it, amidst the Spanish Civil War. Involved not only in his work, but in the development and the future of engineering in Catalonia, he also managed to emphasize the importance of the social and ecological responsibility it entailed.

Salvador

Reguant i Serra, Salvador
Súria 1928 - Barcelona 2016

Paleontologist, geologist. World-renowned specialist in the study of bryozoan fossils. A member of the Department of Science and Technology at the Institute of Catalan Studies (IEC) since 1986. A scientist and a humanist, he was the founder and director of the magazine Contributions to Science.

Bartolomeu

Robert i Yarzábal, Bartolomeu
Tampico, Mèxic 1842 - Barcelona 1902

Doctor, politician. Medical Doctor and politician. He started his studies in Sitges. He studied Medicine in Barcelona and he got his M.D. in Madrid (1864). He worked in the Hospital de la Santa Creu in 1869.  

Joan

Rodés i Teixidor, Joan
Barcelona 1938 - Barcelona 2017

Doctor, hepatologist.

Josep

Rodrigo i Botet, Josep
Manises, L'Horta 1842 - Madrid 1915

Technical engineer. He participated in huge public works in South America. During excavations for this public works, he found bones greater than normal ones.

Joan Joaquim

Rodríguez i Femenias, Joan Joaquim
Maó, Menorca 1839 - Tolosa, Llenguadoc 1905

Botanist. He studied algae and the flora of Menorca (Illes Balears). His interest in algae made him collect different samples until he had a valuable collection.

Pere Màrtir

Rossell i Vilar, Pere Màrtir
Olot, Garrotxa 1882 - Barcelona 1933

Veterinary. He studied in the Escuela Veterinaria de Zaragoza and worked in Barcelona and Ripoll. He was exiled because of the Semana Trágica (1909) and went to France, where he became interested with the cattle productions of Catalunya.