Announcement, 2010, Evening with Brian [at] Inter Micro 2010, McCrone Research Institute, January.
BJF, 2010, Interviewed on the future of food by Rick Wiles, TruNews radio, West Palm Beach, Florida, 1700-1720h Eastern, 27 January.
Dexter, Gary, 2010, Explains the origins of Brian J Ford's Nonscience, Daily Telegraph, 31 January.
Angel Miguel, 2010, included Brian J Ford recording of neurons [in] El Canto de la Vida: El Lenguaje Musical de los Organismos Vivos, Mexico: Oaxaca, 1900h, 7 February.
BJF, 2010, A New Era of Whole Cell Biology, Biologist 57 (1): 9-11, February.
BJF, 2010, Single Cell intelligence (with colour photographs), Mensa Magazine: 6-7, February.
BJF, 2010, illustrated presentations aboard the Cunard: RMS Queen Mary 2, World Cruise sector, Exploring the Pacific Rim:
Illuminations theatre, 1530-1615h, 1 March. Also: television interview by Paul O'Loughlin, Morning Programme (video file in archive): 20 February.
- Amazing Menu of Tomorrow, Illuminations theatre, 1530-1615h, 14 February.
- Secret Language of Life, Illuminations theatre, 1530-1615h, 20 February.
- Danger, Expert at Large, Illuminations theatre, 1100-1145h, 21 February.
- Worst Cruise Videos, and How Not to Make One, Illuminations theatre, 1530-1615h, 23 February.
- How the Internet can Steal your Identity, Illuminations theatre, 1530-1615h, 26 February.
- You Choose the Lecture:
1. International Date Line
2.Water in plugholes in the North & South
3. Planet X
4. Climate change
5. What is hte origin of Pollywogs
6. Will the world end in 2012?
7.What exactly is kinetic energy?
Sailing: Hong Kong, China; Shanghai, China; Nagasaki, Japan; Yokohama, Japan; Hagåtaña, Guam, Mariana Islands; Rabaul, Papua New Guinea; Airlie Beach, Whitsunday Islands, Australia; Auckland, New Zealand; Paihia, Bay of Islands, New Zealand; Sydney, Australia. 13 February - 8 March.
Aur, Dorian and Jog, Mandar S., 2010, cite Brian J Ford [in] Neuroelectrodynamics, Understanding the Brain language: 7, 21, 208, 231. Amsterdam and Washington DC: IOS Press, February.
BJF, 2010, Expert Bookshelf, Cells and Microbes, Focus magazine: 89, March
Hudson, Ian P, 2010, Use of words under the microscope (with colour picture), Mensa Magazine: 17, April.
BJF, 2010, The Secret Power of the Single Cell, New Scientist 26-27, 24 April.
Report, 2012, Neurons not a switch, Quantum Mind report, April.
BJF, 2010, Word Wise (response to Ian Hudson, vide supra), Mensa Magazine: 17, May.
BJF, Interviewed by Winifred Robinson on cultured meat, You and Yours, BBC Radio Four, 1245-1250h, 27 May.
Laughlin, Gary, 2010, editorial introducing Brian J Ford's new column Critical Focus, The Microscope 58 (1): 2.
BJF, 2010, Critical Focus column (1): The Royal Society turns 350, The Microscope 58: 35-40.
BJF, 2010, The Cheat and the Microscope - Plagiarism over the Centuries, The Microscope 58 (1): 21-32.
Announcement, 2010, Brian J Ford to present keynote at Inter Micro, Chicago, The Microscope 58 (1): 44.
BJF, 2010, Culturing Meat for the Future: Anti-death versus anti-life, [chapter in] Tandy, Charles (editor) Death And Anti-Death, Volume 7, Palo Alto: Ria University Press.
Robinson, Winifred, 2010, interviews Brian J Ford on cultured meat, BBC You and Yours, Radio Four, 1245-1250h, 27 May.
Henderson, Mark, 2010, guest blog by Brian J Ford on cultured meat for the Times, 2 June.
Exley, Stephen, 2010, article on Brian J Ford cultured meat chapter, Cambridge News, 2 June.
BJF, 2010, presentations for Inter Micro 10:
- An Evening with Brian: Censoring the Cell - how the Microscope is abused by the Media, 1900-2000h, 12 July.
- How Microscopic Particles Shut Down the Airways, 1130-1150h 13 July.
- The Microscope and the Royal Society, 1415-1435h, 14 July.
McCrone Research Instute, Chicago.
Williams, Sarah, 2010, extract from Brian J Ford's Leeuwenhoek Legacy [in] Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Papworth, Andrew, 2010, Could this be Whittlesey’s oldest resident? Cambridge Times, 20 August.
BJF, 2010, Thirty Years of Mensa at Cambridge, after-dinner speech, Mensa gala dinner, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University, 2030-2110h, 21 August.
BJF, 2010, Concerning the Abilities of Living Cells, illustrated presentation to Mensa at Cambridge, Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge University, 1400-1530h, 22 August.
BJF, 2010, address on cultured meat to Vegetarian Society debate at annual meeting, London: Dragon Hall, Covent Garden, 1630h, 11 September.
Lebbad, Marianne, 2010, Includes single-lens study of Giardia [in] defence of thesis: Molecular Diagnosis and Characterization of Two Intestinal Protozoa: Entamoeba histolytica and Giardia intestinalis. Department of Parasitology, Mycology and Water, Swedish Institute for Infectious Disease Control, 24 September.
BJF, 2010, Critical Focus column (2): Inventing Life, or Reality?, The Microscope 58: 35-40.
BJF, 2010, Illustrated presentations aboard Cunard: RMS Queen Mary 2 Mediterranean Medley cruise:
- The Secret Language of Life, Illuminations Theatre, 1530h, 21 September.
- What you need to know about the Internet, Illuminations Theatre, 1115h, 22 September.
- You choose the topic – science by request
1. String theory.
2. Can intelligent life exit without a body?
3. How much energy to accelerate the shuttle to the speed of light
4. Volcanic smokers at the bottom of the sea
5. What are the alternatives to salmon (omega-3, etc)
6. GM crops, for and against
7. Do germs stay on soap?
8. How does gravity work?
9. What would I want to find at the bottom of the deep abyss?
10. How long will it take for wind power to repay carbon footprint?
11. Big bang theory
Illuminations Theatre, 1530h, 30 September.
Also: Book signing, 1215h, 22 September; 1630h, 21 September; 1630h, 30 September. Interviwed by Ray Rouse on The Breakfast Show, 22 and 30 September (recordings on file).
Sailing: Southampton, UK - Barcelona, Spain - Monte Carlo, France - Civitavecchia (for Rome), Italy - Naples, Italy - Gibraltar - Lisbon, Portugal - Southampton, UK. 19 September - 1 October.
BJF, 2010, The Physiology of Autumn, Presidential address to Cambridge Society for the Application of Research, Churchill College Cambridge, 1900-2100h, 18 October.
Announcement, 2010, Revolutionary Insights - the Dawn of Microscopical Investigation, illustrated presentation wth videomicrographs to the Royal Society, 1330-1430h, 29 October.
Exley, Stephen, 2010, Why trees really dump their leaves, Cambridge News, 23 October.
Report, 2010, Scientist discovers why trees really lose their leaves in autumn, Daily Telegraph: 15, 25 October.
BJF, 2010, Revolutionary Insights - the Dawn of Microscopical Investigation, illustrated presentation with videomicrographs to the Royal Society, 1330-1430h, 29 October.
BJF, 2010, review of Darwin, the Concise Story of an Extraordinary Man, Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 101: 1002.
Report, 2010, Brian J Ford theory on autumn leaves [in] Autumnwatch, BBC Television, 11 November.
Crampton, Caroline, 2010, interviews Brian J Ford on forthcming plagiarism lecture for New Statesman: 38, 22 November.
BJF, 2010, Plagiarism, Scourge or Solace? illustrated presentation to the Friends of the University Library, Camvbridge University, 27 November.
BJF, 2010, Critical Focus column (3): Censoring the Cell, how the Microscope is abused by the Media, The Microscope 58 (3): 121-129.
BJF, 2010, reviews Samuel Fallours, Facsimile of Tropical Fishes of the East Indies, Cologne: Raschen, Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (in press).
BJF, 2010, reviews The Quest for the Invisible - Microscopy in the Enlightenment, by Marc. J Radcliffe, ISBN 978-0-7546-6150-4, xii + 315 pp, Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, Biologist (in press).
BJF, 2010, reviews The World of Carolus Clusius: Natural History in the Making, 1550-1610 by Florike Egmond. ISBN-10: 1848930089, ISBN-13: 978-1848930087, 312 pages, London: Pickering & Chatto Ltd, Biologist (in press).
BJF, 2010, reviews Charles Darwin, the Concise Story of an Extraordinary Man, by Tim Berra, Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009, Linnean Society (in press).
BJF, 2010-2011, Lectures aboard Fred Olsen Cruise Line, M/S Balmoral 'Canary Islands Christmas' cruise,
- Mystery of the Christmas Snowflake, Neptune Lounge, 1100h, 22 December.
- A Scientist looks at Christmas, Neptune Lounge, 1500h, 24 December.
- Danger - Expert at Large, Neptune Lounge, 1500h, 1 January 2011.
- The Secret Language of Life, Neptune Lounge, 1100h, 3 January 2011
- You Choose the Subject:
1. Creationism -v- evolution
2. Religion: a force for good?
3. Sunspot cycle
4. Could we exist without chemicals?
5. Space travel and extraterrestrial life
6. The periodic table
7. Power of placebo, faith healing, etc
8. Is global warming man-made?
Neptune Lounge, 1000h, 4 January 2011.
Sailing: Southampton, UK - Lisbon, Portugal - Arrecife, Lanzarote - Puerto del Rosario, Fuerteventura - Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Canary Islands - Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands - Santa Cruz de la Palma, Canary Islands - Funchal, Madeira - Southampton, UK.
21 December 2010 - 5 January 2011.
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