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The brain in Spain

Nature volume 409, page 451 (25 January 2001) | Download Citation

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The legacy of Santiago Ramón y Cajal, the brilliant Spanish neuroscientist, is to be preserved in a new museum. But the fight to recover his lost works goes on, say Xavier Bosch and Alison Abbott.

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  1. Xavier Bosch writes for Nature from Barcelona

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  2. Alison Abbott is Nature's senior European correspondent.

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