A new set of neuroanatomy drawings by Santiago Ramón y Cajal was installed in Building 35.
Current set of seven neuroanatomy drawings by Santiago Ramón y Cajal will remain on rotation in Building 35.
The drawings date back to the turn of the last century when Santiago Ramón y Cajal shared the Nobel Prize (1906) with Camillo Golgi for their work on the structure of the nervous system. We thank our partners at the Cajal Institute in Madrid, Spain for making this exhibit possible. You can see the original drawings, or touch 3-D prints of enlarged drawing details, until September.