Scientific publications for the 1960's

Books, reports and papers

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Ford, Brian J., 1960, Beach Pollution - a Survey of Sewage Contamination of some South Wales Coastal Areas, 10pp, provisional report, April 1960 (revised 1962-1963), Cardiff [copy in Cardiff Central Reference Library].

Ford, Brian J., 1960, Strain in Plastic Components [polarised light experiments], Cardiff, April.

Ford, Brian J., 1960, Sully Island, Floral Species and Topographical Map, 1:750, vide 1958, revisions, August.

Ford, Brian J., 1960, Observations of Trypanosomes in the Blood of Anguilla anguilla, May-September, Cardiff: research project, [presented at Inter Micro 89, Chicago, Illinois; published, with original diagrams, in The Microscope, 38: 15-22, 1990].

BJF, 1960, Welsh ferns [rubbings of Pteridophyta observed in the Principality], 43pp, Cardiff.

Ford, Brian J., 1961, Script consultancy report on smallpox for Val Guest, producer of cinema film ‘20,000 Suspects’, London: October.

Ford, Brian J., 1962, Microscopical Preparations Catalogue, Cardiff: January.

Ford, Brian J., 1962, Microscopy of Wound Healing Mechanisms, Report with Micrographs for Professor John Bunyan, Medical Development Trust, Walmer, Kent, September.

Ford, Brian J., 1962, The Thaw Estuary, an Ecological Survey, with species lists etc., 10 pp., Glamorgan County Naturalists’ Trust, December 1962.

Ford, Brian J., 1963, [Illustrated Lecture], Recently Evolved Methods of Astronomical Observation, with Comments on the Origins of life, Cardiff Astronomical Society, 22 February.

Ford, Brian J., 1963, Restoration of Microscope Slide Collection, Cardiff: Report to National Museum of Wales, March.

Ford, Brian J., 1963, Practical Photomicrography, Amateur Photographer, 126 (3893): 456-457, 18 September.

Ford, Brian J., 1964, A New Technique for Mounting Museum Specimens, Museums Journal, 64 (1): 78-82, July.

Ford, Brian J., 1964, Micrographic Studies of Hydra viridis, [Award Winning Entry] Royal Photographic Society, 9 September.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, The Origin of the Lunar Craters, Spaceflight, VII (1): 13-17.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Eine neue Methode zum VerschlieŖen, Der Pršparator Zeitschrift, 11 (1): 156-160, January.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, The RŰle of the Erythrocyte in Coagulation and Hśmostasis, [lecture and 16mm film], ‘Living Microscopy’, Microcirculation Society conference at the Royal Society, 3 February.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Penderocytes in Human Blood Coagulation [abstract], Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, February.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, The Most Primitive Fossils on Earth? The Rhynie Fossils of Aberdeen, New Knowledge, 8 (4): 1504, May.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Writing on Science, The Writer: 7-8, June.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Micrographic Studies:

Ford, Brian J., 1965, The Brain at Work, New Knowledge, 4 (4): 628, June.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Origin of the Lunar Craters, The Moon, July.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Freddie Mills’s Death, preliminary forensic report, Cardiff: 1 August.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Writing for Regional Radio and Television, The Writer: 6-8, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, New Observations on the RŰle of the Erythrocyte in Coagulation, Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, 84 (4): 423-426, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Micrographic Studies: Blood Groups, New Knowledge, 6 (2): 999, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, New Observations on the Cytology of Spirogyra, Biological Journal, 5 (2): 5-8, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Pediculosis: Mediaeval Problem in Today’s Setting, Medical News, 10 December.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, Poltergeist: Psychic or Psychiatric? Medical News, December.

Anon, 1965, The Beauty in a Snowflake, illustrated with a series of colour micrographs by Brian J. Ford, , New Knowledge, 5 (5): 850.

Ford, Brian J., 1965, The Cell Wall: Through Thick and Thin, New Knowledge, 8 (10): 1588, December.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Ergonomics and Anthropometrics, Voice of Welsh Industry, 15 January. (Regular science and technology contributions until February 1969).

Ford, Brian J., 1966, The Penderocyte Revealed [with pictures], Medical News, 178: 13-15, 4 March. See also: front page report, ibid.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Techniques of Voice Analysis, Tape Recorder, 8 (3): 98-99, 1 April.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Medical Microscopy Yesterday and Today, Medical News: 7, 15 July.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Brian J Ford Discusses: Biology Teaching in the Future, Medical News, 2 September.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Lecture Course on Science:

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Human Hair under Polarized Light, New Knowledge, 7 (9): 1379, November. BJF (editor), 1966, Science Diary, 128pp, 1st edition for 1967, final edition for 1977, London: Letts, December.

Ford, Brian J., 1966, Micrographic Studies:

Scientific Encyclopedia, 4th edition, New York: Van Nostrand, December.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, Das Ausgraben und Restaurieren Menschlischer Skelette, Der Pršparator Zeitschrift, 13 (1): 106-110, January.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, Conclusion on the White Dots of Scheerer’s Phenomenon, Intelligence, 99: 1.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, Alcoholism - Symptom not a Disease? Medical News, ?12 May.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, The ‘Vision in the Window’ explained, British Journal of Photography, 114 (5580): 550-554, June.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, The new Dark Age: Nazi Medical Experiments, History Of The Second World War, 3, (8): 1114-1117, London: Purnell, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, Un Nuovo Oscuro Medioevo, [Translation of New Dark Age, q.v.,] Storia della Seconda Guerra Mondiale, 40: 262-265, Milan: Rizzoli, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1967, Reconstitution, but not Creation (of viruses), Medical News: 16, 15 December.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Recruitment and Rockets, book reviews:

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Telling The People [about science], New Scientist: 89-90, 11 January.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Press, Public and the Medical Men (with reprint of ‘Telling the People’ vide), UK Press Gazette, 114, 6-8, 12 February.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Conditions In The German Democratic Republic, [lecture] German Society of University College, Cardiff, 20 February.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Articles for The Times, 1 March (first national newspaper features, others catalogued in the full ‘Index’).

Report, 1968, La Diffusion, des Connaissances et la Vulgarisation [extract from BJF in New Scientist], Paris: Bulletin CTN: 46, 20 March.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, The Concept of ‘Antipoint’ Applied to Submicroscopic Fibrillar Structures, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 3, (1): 14-16, March.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, A subjective Means of Visual Comparison, Photographic Journal, 108, (4): 102-105, April.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Human Erythrocytes, Mind Alive, 6: 164, April.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Qualified, But for What? New Scientist, 38 (599): 452-453, 30 May.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Neurochemistry Research in a Communist State, Medical News, 297: 11, 14 June.

Anon, 1968, Scientific Highlights of the Year [includes BJF micrograph of hśmostasis] International Year-book of Science and Technology: 90, New York: McGraw Hill.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, The Misapplied Scientists, The Times, 57291: 20, 1 July.

Report, 1968, The Brian J Ford Proposal over ‘Antipoint’, 5th Report on Nomenclature Committee, Proceedings of the Royal Microscopical Society, 3 (3): 146, July.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, The Formation of a Thrombocytomorphic Body by a Human Granulocyte in vitro, The Microscope, 16 (3): 277-280, 13 July.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, The Rocket Race, History of the Second World War, 7 (6): 2837-2844, London: Purnell, August.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Chemical Warfare, History of the Second World War, 7, (6): 2845-2850, London: Purnell, August.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Doctors at War, History of the Second World War, 7, (6): 2851-2856, London: Purnell, August.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Dysetymorrhoeic Hypercharismosis Axe Bid Plea, Medical News, 30 August.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Characteristics of an Experimental Microenvironment for Locusts, Schistocerca gregaria (Forsk), Entomologists’ Monthly Magazine, 104: 170-179, dated July/August/September, (published 14 February 1969).

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Eyes in the Sky, History of the Second World War, 7 (10): 2964-2968, Purnell, September.

Report, 1968, L’Organisation Et La Politique De L’Ensignment, [extract from BJF in New Scientist], Paris: Bulletin CTN: 14: 784, 10 October.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Getting the Message Across, Medical News, 312: 12, 18 October (discussion of popular science, supported by leading article, Ibid, 312: 14, 18 October.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Too many Scientists? New Scientist, 40 (621): 257-258, 31 October.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, The Schoolboy Scientist [in] The Schoolboys’ Diary: 58-61, Letts, London: December.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Germany’s secret weapons, History of Second World War, 8 (6): 3286-3289 , London: Purnell, December.

Ford, Brian J., 1968, Formation of a Thrombocytomorph (abstract) Biological Abstracts, 40732, December (subsequent abstracts not listed).

Ford, Brian J., 1969, The Remuneration of British Scientists, report, 61pp, London: Graduate Appointments Register, 12 January.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Le Cerveau [Micrographic Studies of Human Neurons] Vous Saurez Tous, 7: 41-44, Paris, 11 January.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, European Report - Europe and The Great Science Muddle, Technology Review, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Review: 11, January.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Qualification Gap That Has to be Filled, The Times, 4 February .

Ford, Brian J., 1969, How to Recognise and use the arts man, The Times, 4 February.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, The Rocket Race [reprinted from Purnell’s History of the Second World War], Ndege, Royal Rhodesian Air Force Magazine: 32-35, May.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Britain’s Wasted Scientists, New Scientist, 42 (647): 232-234, 1 May.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, A New approach to the Breeding of Locusts in the Laboratory, School Science Review: 361-364, June.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Criteria for Selection, [lecture], London: Mensa Annual Meeting, July. (Reported in Mensa Activities Bulletin 39: 2, 1 December 1969).

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Coloured Scientists’ Search for Employment, Race Today, 1 (4): 107, August.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, The Impact of the Robbins Report, New Scientist, 43, (661): 296-297, 7 August.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Technological rebirth in the G.D.R., New Scientist, 43, (662): 338-339, 7 August.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Industrial Dereliction and Britain’s Beauty, New Scientist, 43, (664): 428-429, 28 August.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, The Retention of Erythrocytes within the in vitro Coagulum, [lecture, with cinemicrographic illustrations] McCrone Reserch Institute, Inter-Micro 69, London: Imperial College, 11 September.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, German Secret Weapons - Blueprint for Mars, 160 pp, ISBN 0-345-24989-5-250, New York: Ballantine, October.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, Hills into holes into hills, New Scientist, 43, (676): 412-413, 20 November.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, The Retention of Erythrocytes within the in vitro Coagulum by Submicroscopic Fibrils, The Microscope, 17 (4): 271-275, November.

Ford, Brian J., 1969, New Locations for Welsh Pteridophytes [in] Welsh Ferns, Cardiff: National Museum of Wales, December.

NOTE: Weekly newspaper column Science and You began September 1959.

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