The Museum of Zaragoza exhibits two paintings on the centenary of Sorolla: Cajal and ‘My friend Portillo’

The year 2023 will be the year of Joaquín Sorolla (1863-1923), one of the great Spanish painters of all time. He confessed that he admired Velázquez and Goya, of course, but recognized “the blind love for the beauty of the line” of the Aragonese Francisco Pradillawhom he also greeted as a teacher. Some days ago, … Read more

Minister Subirats is committed to taking advantage of the Cajal Year to strengthen scientific research in Spain

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The Minister for Universities, Joan Subirats, has opted to take advantage of the celebration of the Cajal Year to reinforce scientific research in Spain and highlight the “good moment” that the country is experiencing in this area. In this sense, it has supported this first call for research grants promoted by the Cajal Chair of … Read more

Readers’ letter: Gold Medal from Navarra to Cajal

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It seems to me a wise move to award the Gold Medal of Navarra to the Business Confederation of the Social Economy in the Cajal Year. ANEL and UCAN, pillars of the CEPES family, founded the Social Innovation Unit with the Government of Navarra, our universities, technology companies committed to society and organizations focused on … Read more

Salen a la luz las fotos ocultas de Ramn y Cajal en Asturias

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Esta exposicin incluye nueve fotografas cedidas por el Legado Cajal-Instituto Cajal, del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientficas (CSIC), pertenecientes al archivo de imgenes que se conservan del cientfico y asignadas a Asturias, aunque sin datar. Ciencia ha recopilado este material y ha documentado algunas de las fechas en las que el Nobel pasaba temporadas de … Read more

Ramón y Cajal and the “Gaster Club”

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One of our seven Nobel Prize winners, specifically the second, was Santiago Ramón y Cajal. He received this well-deserved award in 1906, shared with Camilo Golgi, who was the true discoverer of the structure of the nervous system. In fact, the opinions of both researchers were different regarding the neuronal connection, although Ramón y Cajal … Read more

Cajal Year will spread the work and legacy of the researcher throughout the territory

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The Government of Aragon and the City Council of Huesca join forces to lhe celebration of the 170th anniversary of the birth of Santiago Ramón y Cajal with an extensive program of initiatives and culture that will be developed throughout this year and the following. With this programming, both institutions want to take advantage of … Read more

For the first time, the Government of Navarra brings the work tools and original drawings of Santiago Ramón y Cajal to the Foral Community

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The Minister of University, Innovation and Digital Transformation, Juan Cruz Cigudosa, has inaugurated this morning the exhibition “The look of Cajal / Cajalen begirada”, in Planetarium of Pamplona / Iruña, as part of the set of activities promoted to promote the figure and the legacy of the scientist and researcher of Navarre origin, during this … Read more

The Cajal Chair, in collaboration with the Merck Salud Foundation, calls for research grants

Among the legacy that the award left us Laureate Santiago Ramon y Cajal highlights its work for Science, but also the value of the work that young scientists carry out in this field, supporting them, and getting involved in the search for sustainable solutions to promote research in Spain. Under this premise, the Cajal Chair … Read more

The house where Ramón y Cajal spent the summer is for sale. And they ask 1,699,000 euros for her – TODAY ARAGÓN

The house where Ramon y Cajal spent the summer is

The Aragonese Santiago Ramon y Cajal, Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1906, he had two incredible mansions in Madrid. The first of them was located in front of the Parque del Retiro Observatory, in the central street of Alfonso XII. In this unique mansion, built in 1911, the Aragonese Nobel Prize winner lived until his … Read more