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Assumpció

Català i Poch, Assumpció
Barcelona 1925 - Barcelona 2009

Mathematician, physicist, astronomer. Dr. Català started her astronomy work in 1952, a time of economic recession in Spain and also of the nearly complete absence of women in Spanish universities. In fact, she was the first woman to become an astronomer in the universities of Spain.

Ildefons

Cerdà i Sunyer, Ildefons
Centelles, Osona 1815 - Caldas de Besaya, Santander 1876

Engineer. Urban engineer. He started his studies of Latin and Philosophy in Vic, and then he studied Mathematics and Architecture in Barcelona. In 1836 he moved to Madrid, where he joined the school of engineers and got his title in 1841.

Leandre

Cervera i Astor, Leandre
Gràcia, Barcelona 1891 - Barcelona 1964

Veterinary, doctor. He worked together with Ramon Turró in the Laboratori Municipal de Barcelona, in the physiology school of August Pi i Sunyer and in the Institut de Fisiologia (1920).

Manel

Chiva i Royo, Manel
Barcelona 1952 - Barcelona 2011

Biologist. Manel Chiva Royo was born in Barcelona in 1952. He studied Secondary Education in Pedagogium San Fernando School of Barcelona. After studying the pre-university course in Peñalver Academy of Barcelona he initiated the Bachelor of Biology in the University of Barcelona, obtaining the graduate degree the month of June of 1975.

Laur

Clariana i Ricart, Laur
Barcelona 1842 - Barcelona 1916

Engineer. Professor of calculus in the engineer school of Barcelona since 1891. In 1909 he became Professor of mathematics. In some of his works he tried to find a relation between mathematics and music.

Guillem

Colom i Casasnovas, Guillem
Sóller, Mallorca 1900 - Sóller, Mallorca 1993

Biologist. Specialist in Foraminifera and Calpionelida, he discovered about 250 new species and published more than 200 textbooks, scientific articles, etc.

Josep

Comas i Solà, Josep
Barcelona 1868 - Barcelona 1937

Astronomer. He was director of the Observatori Fabra in Barcelona. He discovered 11 asteroids and 2 comets. In 1905 he received the Janssen prize from the Astronomical Society of France and was chosen member of the Astronomical Society of London.

Lluís

Companyó i , Lluís
Ceret, Vallespir 1781 - Perpinyà 1871

Doctor, naturalist. He founded and presided (1840) the Museo de Historia Natural de Perpignon.

Lluís

Cornudella i Mir, Lluís
Barcelona 1936 - Barcelona 2004

Chemist, biochemist. Lluís Cornudella i Mir was born in Barcelona on September 10, 1936, a few months after the start of the Spanish Civil War. It was the fourth of six brothers.

Antoni Cebriá

Costa i Cuixart, Antoni Cebriá
València 1817 - Barcelona 1886

Botanist. He was graduated in Medicine and Surgery in the Real College of Surgery of Barcelona in 1843. He studied, among other places, in the School of Agriculture and Botany of the Meeting of Trade. In 1854 he was licensed in philosophy, section of Natural Sciences, in the University of Barcelona, where he was already a teacher.

Miquel

Crusafont i Pairó, Miquel
Sabadell 1910 - Sabadell 1983

Paleontologist. In 1933 he finished his pharmacy studies and in 1955 he got his Ph.D. degree in natural science. He was Professor of paleontology in the universities of Oviedo and Barcelona (1961). He founded the Institut de Paleontologia de Sabadell.

Josep

Cuatrecasas i Arumí, Josep
Camprodon, Ripollès 1903 - Washington (EUA) 1996

Botanist. He finished his pharmacy studies in the University of Barcelona where he became a teacher of botany between 1924 and 1930, he got his Ph.D. degree in Madrid in 1928. He extended his studies in the University of Géneve and in the botanical Institute of Berlin-Dahlem. He contributed to the knowledge of the Spanish plants with his thesis Estudios sobre la flora y la vegetación del macizo de Mágina (1929).

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