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Odón de

Buen i del Cos, Odón de
Zuera, Aragó 1863 - Mèxic 1945

Oceanographer, naturalist. He was Professor of natural history in the University of Barcelona (1900) where he had problems due to his evolutionist ideas. In 1907, he founded and directed the Laboratorio de Biología Marina de las Baleares, in Mallorca, and the Instituto Español de Oceanografia. In 1939 he was exiled to Mexico.

Lluís

Companyó i , Lluís
Ceret, Vallespir 1781 - Perpinyà 1871

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

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).

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.

Antoni

Jonch i Cuspinera, Antoni
Granollers 1916 - Granollers 1992

Cultural Manager. Nature lover and enthusiast from an early age, in 1934 he moved to Madrid to study pharmacy and studied botany with professor José Cuatrecasas. The Spanish Civil War interrupted his studies, which he continued in Barcelona once the dictatorship was established. Always interested in the cultural and scientific development of Granollers, he participated and worked in several of the city's organizations and administrations.

Lluís

Vallmitjana i Rovira, Lluís
Torredemabarra 1914 - Barcelona 2006

Naturalist, biologist. Professor of animal and plant histology at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Barcelona. He was a member of the Royal Academy of Sciences and Arts of Barcelona (1982) and the Royal Academy of Medicine of Catalonia (1983). Among his contributions to Catalan science, the promotion of electron microscopy and the creation of the Scientific-Technical Services of the University of Barcelona, are noteworthy.