[Histonet] Spanish pioneers on histology

yvan lindekens yvan_lindekens <@t> yahoo.com
Fri Jul 20 10:26:09 CDT 2007

Hi all,

Spain has some illustrous pioneers on histological
technique. I suppose Pio Del Rio Orega and Ramon Y
Cajal are the most famous amongst them.

As we are about to take off for a weeks holliday in
Madrid, I was wondering if someone could recomend some
musea to learn something on histology/microscopy in

If there would be Spanish microscopists wanting to
meet: we (my girlfriend, my lovely baby daughter and
I) will probably spending the evenings at the Plaza de
Santa Ana, Madrid. My girlfriend and me, we'll
drinking ice chilled Cointreau there. It's some kind
of a habbit. Or an addiction. Or something in between
:-))). You're welcome to join us!

Thanks in advance for every advice you can give on
Spanish microscopical technique!


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