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Jordi

Folch i Pi, Jordi
Barcelona 1911 - Boston, Massachusetts 1979

Neurochemist, biochemist. Catalan biochemist at Harvard University (McLean Hospital) who is recognized universally as one of the founders of the field of structural chemistry of complex lipids and as a leader in the development of Neurochemistry as a distinct discipline within the Neurosciences.

Pius

Font i Quer, Pius
Lleida 1888 - Barcelona 1964

Pharmacist, botanist, chemist. He finished chemistry studies in Barcelona (1908) and got his Ph.D. degree of pharmacy in 1914 in Madrid. In 1917 he became Professor of botany in the faculty of pharmacy at the Universitat de Barcelona (1917-1922),

Eduard

Fontserè i Riba, Eduard
Barcelona 1870 - Barcelona 1970

Seismologist, meteorologist. He finished his studies in physics-mathematics sciences in 1891 and he got his Ph.D. degree in 1894. He organized and directed during 67 years the Servicio Horario, which was the organisation that fixed the official time in Barcelona. At first, the official time was given by the stars position seen from the dome of the Acadèmia de Ciències.

Alexandre

Frias i Roig, Alexandre
Reus 1878 - Reus 1963

Doctor, pediatrician. His work for the education and the promotion of child health led to a significant reduction in the infant mortality rate first in Reus and later, thanks to the dissemination of his work, throughout the region and the state. All his effort was based on the idea of a comprehensive health action.

Josep Maria

Fuset i Tubià, Josep Maria
Sueca, la Ribera Baixa 1871 - Barcelona 1952

Politician, naturalist, biologist. Doctor in Natural Sciences, he was Professor at the Institut de Palma de Mallorca (1900-13) and at the University of Barcelona (1913-41).

Francesc

García del Cid i Arias, Francesc
Málaga 1897 - Barcelona 1965

Biologist. In 1918 he finished his studies on Natural Science in the University of Barcelona, and in 1930, he got his graduation on Medicine and Surgery. He obtained his Ph.D. in the University of Madrid in 1922.

Miquel de

Garganta i Fàbrega, Miquel de
Olot (Garrotxa) 1903 - Olot (Garrotxa) 1988

Botanist. Botanist and historian of the Botany. He was graduated in Pharmacy in the University of Barcelona in 1927 and he got his PhD in Madrid in 1936. He was disciple of Antoni of Bolòs, Pius Font i Quer and Josep Cuatrecasas.

Andreu

Giró i Aranols, Andreu
Torroella de Montgrí 1812 - Barcelona 1884

Technical engineer. He was born in Torroella de Montgrí on December 1, 1812, the son of Jaume Giró and Úrsula Aranols. The couple lived in Torroella, where their father worked as a tailor, and later the whole family moved to Figueres, their mother’s hometown, where Andreu studied primary and secondary education.

Marià de la Pau

Graells i Agüera, Marià de la Pau
Barcelona 1809 - Madrid 1899

Educator. He was teacher of zoology in the Museo Nacional de Ciencias Naturales in 1837; he became Professor of anatomy and physiology in the University of Madrid in 1843 and was one of the founders of the Société Entomologique of France.

Maurici

Hernández i Ponsetí, Maurici
Maó (Menorca) 1859 - Maó (Menorca) 1932

Meteorologist, pharmacist. He completed his studies in Barcelona. After returning to Mahon, he began measuring climate from the rooftop of his drugstore on Arraval street. He was also the first chemical inspector of the city's municipal laboratory created in 1913 at the Civil Hospital, but he stood out as a meteorologist.

Emili (Huguet del Villar)

Huguet i Serratacó, Emili (Huguet del Villar)
Granollers, Vallès Oriental 1871 - Rabat 1951

Geographer, pedologist, botanist. He was known as Huguet del Villar. When he was young he travelled around Latin America, when he came back, in 1900, he started his geographic and naturalist studies. 

Carlos

Ibáñez i Ibáñez de Ibero, Carlos
Barcelona 1825 - Niça 1891

Soldier. In 1839 he began to study engineer in the army academy. In 1853, he published: Manual del pontonero and, in the same year, he became a member of the committee that had to made a map of Spain, this was how he began to be interested in geodesic science.

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