title_books, 2021, review of Too Big to Walk, 'It is a must read for any dinosaur enthusiast...' [on] Instagram, 17 January.
Matthews, Brendan, 2021, documentary with Brian J Ford on spontaneous human combustion, Peninsula Television, CBS Television, 20:00-21:00h, 31 January.
title_books, 2021, review of Nonscience Returns, 'It is certainly ahead of its time ... inimitable style' [on] Instagram, 11 February.
David Mauriello, 2021, extended interview with Brian J Ford on Nonscience Returns book, Oppenheimer Ranch Project blog, 7 March.
Mayumi Ito, 2021, documentary with Brian J Ford on spontaneous human combustion, Japan TV, (in production for summer).
Richard Jacobs, 2021, Understanding Viruses, audio-book narrated by Brian J Ford [for] the Finding Genius Foundation, Austin, TX, April.
[BJF, 2021, extracts of first reading for Understanding Viruses audiobook q.v., samples read for quality test, April].
Elizabeth Rayne, 2021, Hugest dinosaurs would have been clumsy on land, because they probably evolved in water, (report on Too Big to Walk, q.v.), SyFy Wire website, 2 June.
Nirmal Narayanan, 2021, Dinosaurs would not have gone extinct if they had developed this technology, (quotes 'Professor Brian J Ford, a popular biologist who authored the book Too Big to Walk: The New Science of Dinosaurs'), International Business Times, 6 June (reprinted in The World News, USA, 7 June).
Report, 2021, Brian J Ford elected Fellow honoris causa of the Linnean Society, London: Linnean Society press announcement, 7 June.
BJF, 2021, An Evening with Brian - Ready for the Next Pandemic?, online presentation for the Inter/Micro 21 conference, McCrone Research Institute, Chicago, 14 June.
BJF, 2021, Coronavirus on a Human Hair, (extract of above presentation), 18 June.
Emi Kimura, 2021, interviews with Brian J Ford on spontaneous human combustion, OneByOne television, Japanese TV, 10 June.
Rocio Suarez, 2021, Un vigues busca museo para la 'joya' de la microbiologia, (illustrated report on the Camacho microscope), Spain, Vigo: Atlantico, 29 June. [See also: screen grab] also read English translation.
Steve Hewelett, 2021, interviews Brian J Ford for Eyes & Teeth humour podcast, 17 September.
J Solliday, H Zuidervaart, D Anderson, B J Ford, 2021, Leeuwenhoek microscopes and 'nonscience', The Microscope 68 (2): 180-187.
Editorial note, p 180
Jim Solliday, pp 180-181
Huib Zuidervaart & Douglas Anderson, pp 181-183
Brian J Ford, pp 183-187.
RS, 2021, Camacho's seventeenth-century microscope declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, Vigo, Spain: Atlantico, 6 December [see also: English translation].
Vishwas Narayan, 2021, interview with Brian J Ford for Podcast No. 83, India: Kolata, 18 December.
BJF, 2021, Fossilized dinosaur egg substantiates the crocodile connection, online response, 23 December.
BJF, 2021, Invited lecture to 9th Conference on Science and the Scientist, Difference between Artificial and Natural Intelligence, Antithetical Intelligence: A.I. - epistemology and wishful thinking, Princeton: Sri Chaitanya Saraswat Institute, 30 December.