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Bibliography for 2005

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Papers, articles, books, reviews and broadcasts

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Note cumulative scientific bibliography for the 2000's (with links to earlier decades).

BJF, 2005, Demonstration of neuronal signalling, London: exhibition by National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, National Design Centre, 25 January.

BJF, 2005, Presentations aboard M/V Braemar, Cruising the Caribbean voyage:

Sailing: Bridgetown, Barbados; St George's, Grenada; Oranjestad, Aruba; Port Antonio, Jamaica; Santiago, Cuba; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Road Town, Tortola; St. John's, Antigua; Fort de France, Martinique; Castries, St. Lucia; Bridgetown, Barbados. 3-18 February.

BJF, 2005, Hybrid techniques and e-learning, contribution to meeting with Professor Gilly Salmon, Professor Paul Bacshish and Professor Curtis J Bonk, University of Leicester,1500h, 15 March.

BJF, 2005, Presentations on board M/V Oriana, A Caribbean Voyage:

BJF, 2005, A load of new balls - with standardisation becoming necessary in every aspect of life, how do microbiologists keep an eye on their cultures and colonies, Laboratory News: 10, May.

BJF, 2005, NESTA, the Fellowship and dicsussion on science journalism, (brief extemporised presentation), Singapore: Science Centre, 0945-1115h, 24 May.

BJF, 2005, Ingenuity of the Single Cell, illustrated presentation to senior staff, Singapore: Biopolis, 0800-0900h.

BJF, 2005, Are Cells Ingenious? Sixth form studentsí lecture, Singapore: Science Centre, 1500-1600h, 26 May.

BJF, 2005, The Ingenious Microbe, Linnean Society of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, 1800h, 9 June.

BJF, 2005, Presentations aboard M/S Saga Rose, Land of the Midnight Sun cruise.

Sailing:Dover, England; Stavanger, Norway; Geiranger, Norway; Longyearbyen, Spitzbergen; Ny Ålesund, Spitzbergen; Magdalenafjord, Spitzbergen; Tromsø, Norway; Molde, Norway; Bergen, Norway; Dover, England. 17 June - 2 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 1, Sky One TV 2100-2200h, 30 June.

Report, 2005, Brian J Ford awarded NESTA Fellowship (with b/w photo), The Petriurgian magazine: 144, 1 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 1 (repeat), Sky One TV 2300-0000h, 3 July.

BJF, 2005, Plenary address: Unlocking Infinity, Beyond Distance Conference, E-Learning Conference, University of Leicester, 1045-1115h, 6 July.

BJF, 2005, The Intelligent Microbe, Scientific and Medical Network, Guildford Institute, University of Surrey, Guildford, 1800h, 6 July.

BJF, 2004, Lectures to Inter Micro 2005:

Thomas, Adrian, 2005, reports BJF's 'masterly lecture' at Linnean Society, The Linnean, 21 (3): 3, July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 2, Sky One TV 2100-2200h, 21 July.

BJF, 2005, commenting [in] Celebrity Mingers - Before they were Mingers, Sky One, 2240h, 22 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 2 (repeat), Sky One TV 2300-0000h, 24 July.

BJF, 2005, commenting [in] Is She Really going out with Him? Channel Five TV, 2200h, 25 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 3, Sky One TV 2100-2200h, 28 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 3 (repeat), Sky One TV 2300-0000h, 31 July.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 4, Sky One TV 2100-2200h, 4 August.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 4 (repeat), Sky One TV 2300-0000h, 7 August.

Mattalia, Daniela, 2005, [quotes BJF in] Il futuro è servito, Panorama Magazine (Italy), 8 August.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 5, Sky One TV 2100-2200h, 11 August. (See also promotional paragraph, Sunday Times Culture magazine: 68, 7 August).

Report, 2005, Troubled teenagers struggle to find their place in the world [preview of BJF in Lifer and Death in Rome], Irish News, 12 August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Meat to be Petri dish of the day, The Times, 13 August.

Corinne Ambrams, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Meat 'to be made in lab', The Sun online, 13 August.

Alex Dominguez, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Lab-grown meat fort veggies soon, Asian Age, 13 August.

AP news, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Meaty debate: lab-grown steak? Boston Herald, 13 August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Laboratory-cultured meat - home, home on the strange? Truth about trade and technology, 13 August.

Alex Dominguez, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Growing beef without the cow, The China Standard, 13 August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Just see what's on the slab in the lab, IOL, Zambia, 13 August.

Cornwell, Robert, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Why meat may not be murder for vegetarians, The Independent: 11, 13 August.

Evans, Richard & Mir, Asmah, 2005, Interview about cultured meat by on News Hour, BBC Radio Five Live, 2150-2200h. [ROT copy sent from BBC] 13 August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Serving up man-made meat, Daily Mail, 13 August.

Report, 2005, Brian J Ford awarded visiting professorship at Leicester, Biologist, August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Laboratory cultured meat, Pakistan Daily Times, 13 August.

News report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Researchers 'growing' meat in labs, The Post, 13 August.

Evans, Richard & Mir, Aasmah, 2005, interview BJF on cultured meat in Weekend News BBC Five Live, 2150-2200h, 13 August.

BJF, 2005, [in] Life and Death in Rome, programme 5 (repeat), Sky One TV 2240-2340h, 14 August.

News report, 2005, cultured meat [in] Nashua Telegraph, Nashua, New Hampshire, USA, 15 August.

News report, 2005, cultured meat [in] Red Nova, Dallas, Texas, USA, 15 August.

Report, 2005, quotes BJF [in] Scientists aim for lab-grown meat, The Age, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 15 August.

Report, 2005, Brian J Ford appointed Visiting Professor at Leicester university, The Linnean, September.

Allsopp, 2005, Filmed extended interview for Sky TV documentary on 'dictators' at 20 Labroke Road; with Mr Richard Welsh, 1400-1630h, 18 August.

BJF, 2005, Extemporised presentation The Eastrea Charities, [at] The Vine, Coates, 1330-1400h, 23 August.

O'Collins, Martin, 2005, with Darlow Smithson at Gospel Oak to film two documentaries about my two books German and Allied Secret Weapons. Producer: Mr Martin O'Collins, researcher Ms Margaret Beckett, 1400-2015h, 8 September.

Mahon, Mike, 2005, includes Brian J Ford book in microscopy quiz, Manchester University, September.

BJF, 2005, Illustrated PowerPoint presentation Surveying the world's worst microscopy, opening lecture at Midlands Microscopical meeting at Hayling Dene Centre, Staffordshire, 1300-1345h, 10 September.

Pearson, Mark, 2005, Teaching via the Internet (report with colour photograph), Peterborough Evening Telegraph: 23, 7 October.

BJF, 2005, contributions to Dreadful taste of Great Dictators, producer Tim Allsopp, Shine Television, Sky One, 2100-2230h, 10 October.

BJF, 2005, Poster presentations: Can angiosperms learn from life? and Secrets of autumn leaves, Annual Conversazione of the Linnean Society, Oakfield House, Chester Zoo: 1400-1700h, 15 October.

Larrett, Denham, 2005, History of King's School Peterborough (edited by Brian J Ford), facsimile edition of 1966 edition, Cambrigeshire: Rothay House.

BJF, 2005, Presentations on board M/V Artemis, Grand Odyssey Southampton to Buenos Aires:

Spedding, Colin, 2005, The Second Mouse Gets the Cheese, proverbs and their uses (with introduction by Brian J Ford), Cambridgeshire: Rothay House, November.

Pearson, Mark, 2005, Brian's TV date (report with colour photograph), Whittlesey News: 4, November issue.

Mirza, Ather, 2005, Scientist, Author and broadcaster to Support University's E-learning, E-Bulletin: 1, Leicester University, 14 November.

BJF, 2005, Article on Second Mouse Gets the Cheese (Spedding book on proverbs) with colour photographs in Laboratory News: 22-23, November issue.

Lipsett, Anthea, 2005, People (interview with Brian J Ford), Times Higher Education Supplement: 2, 18 November.

BJF, 2005, chairman's addreess for Rod Kirkby, Aeronautical Engineer, lecture on The M-52; the world's first supersonic aircraft (forerunner of the Bell XS-1), Cambridge Society for the Application of Research, Churchill College, Cambridge, 1930-2100h, 21 November.

Spedding, Colin, 2005, The Second Mouse Gets the Cheese, proverbs and their uses (with introduction by Brian J Ford), Cambridgeshire: Rothay House, November.

Pearson, Mark, 2005, Brian's TV date (report with colour photograph), Whittlesey News: 4, November issue.

BJF, 2005, Finding the Proverbial Fun in Science, (feature on the Spedding book on proverbs) with colour photographs in Laboratory News: 22-23, November issue.

BJF, 2005, Presentations on board M/S Regatta, Oceania 'Ultimate Tropics' Amazon and Caribbean cruise:

Kotilinek, Craig, 2005, Test Tube Takeout (interview with Brian J Ford on the future of food and meat production), University of Minnesota 2020 Magazine: 34, fall issue.

BJF, 2005, The Discovery of Giardia, The Microscope 53 (4): 147-153 (based on opening address at Amsterdam conference, 2004).

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