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Histology: The Intersection of Art and Science with René Buesa

Histology: The Intersection of Art and Science with René Buesa

By on Aug 19, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

I love the article “Histochemistry: A Case of Unappreciated Beauty,” by René Buesa. I could look at slides for hours and often wish their images were hanging on my walls! Histology is also informed by many scientific principles, which René has written so much about. Below, René discusses the intersection of art and science in histology: RJ: Let me put it this way:...

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René J. Buesa on Changes in the Field of Histology

René J. Buesa on Changes in the Field of Histology

By on Aug 12, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

René Buesa shared his thoughts on changes in the field of histology he has observed over his lifetime. Below are some excerpts from our conversation. You can read the first part of our interview here: René J Buesa’s Path into Histology & Tips for Lab Managers How has histology changed over the time you’ve been involved in the field? You have to remember that I...

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René J Buesa’s Path into Histology & Tips for Lab Managers

René J Buesa’s Path into Histology & Tips for Lab Managers

By on Aug 8, 2014 in Blog | 1 comment

I recently had the pleasure and honor of learning so much about histology from René Buesa! I also got to ask him many questions about his career and background in histology. Learning from him was really interesting to me, so over the next two weeks I will share excerpts from our interview on the blog. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! What was your path to...

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