'Spiked' web site call for cell intelligence research.
Brazilian site report Brian J Ford on food and ageing.
Biography on The Full Wiki site.
Biography published on Institute of Biology web site.
NESTA Fellowship page.
Researching neglected fields of science on Cambridge Network.
Farlex Free Dictionary on Brian writing at Sully Island.
References to Brian at Sully on ask.com.
Andrew Webb reports meeting with Brian J Ford, Channel Four Television website.
Conference programme with Brian J Ford's opening address at Giardia conference, Amsterdam.
Current brief biography on the biographies net web site.
Future of Food on the Popular Science web site.
Movie database record for Life and Death in Rome Tv series.
Italian edition of Future of Food, Milan.
American web site on Antony van Leeuwenhoek, his life and microscopes.
'Trouble on the Hoof' - chapter from Encyclopaedia Britannica Yearbook.
Argentinian page on Future of Food in Spanish.
Lecture announcement by State Microscopical Society of Illinois, USA.
Chinese edition of Sensitive Souls re-titled 'Dandelion Memories'.
Editorial description of Dandelion Memories on Chinese-language publisher's website.
The Future of Food book on the "Real Groovy" web site.
Thames & Hudson web site announces the Future of Food in its first edition.
Nel Piatto, Salute, Sicurezza e futuro del cibo, Italian edition of the Future of Food.
Brian J Ford introduction fo Robert Hooke's Micrographia (1665) published on CD-ROM by Octavo, California.
Institute for Cultural Research announce'The Amateurs who gave us Science' lecture in London.
Recent list of Brian J Ford books from Books by Mensans site.
Quote from Cult of the Expert on the Future World 'rise of the generalist'.
The Pocketscope web centre provides a comment on the Leeuwenhoek pages.
Cambridge University Scientific Society announce 'On the Irrelevance of universities' student lecture.
Spanish web page listing current Weapons of World War 2 books.
Brownian motion - picture and information in a Cambridge university page by Professor Geoffrey Grimmett.
First Polish edition of Sensitive souls with the 'eyes in flowers' cover design.
Edition in Lithuania of Sensitive souls with redesigned front cover illustration.
Report on Brian J Ford and asbscission on the curezone.com website.
Australian teens history of the microscope link.
Reviewer's description of Sensitive souls written by Dr James Plath.
Brian J Ford presentations in Inter Micro 98 conference programme.
Resource on microscopes cites Optical Microscope Manual book.
The Future of Food - announcement by Thames & Hudson, publishers of the first edition in English.
Amazon announcement of the Octavo edition of Hooke's Micrographia published in Oakland, California.
Japanese page from Amazon with selection of Brian J Ford book titles.
Interview with Brian J Ford by Amazon US covering motives, origins and methods.
Polish translation of Sensitive Souls published as Czujace istoty by Amber Books, Gdansk.
Popular narrative description of research work on Antony van Leeuwenhoek by American author John H. Lienhard.
Reference to Brian J Ford on the McGraw Hill Ryerson resource for schools-teachers.
L'Encyclopédie de L'Agora provides link to Pour La science paper on Premières images au microscope.
Groupe Physique Chimie de Toulouse - Documents Pédagogiques Publics link to Premières images au microscope from their public reference site.
References in bibliography to web site by Julian Holland on microscopy from Macleay Museum, University of Sydney.
Web page from the BBC on Round Britain Quiz with photographs and biographies of contestants.
Yahoo! Postpsychology Group publishes extract from Brian J Ford lecture on innovation and 'enthusiastic amateurs' in London.
Link to Brian J Ford paper in Pour La Science on Liens utiles: Présence de l'histoire - premières images au microscope.
Review of Firepower in the lab by S. P. Layne, T. J. Beugelsdijk, C. Kumar and N. Patel in The Biologist.
German Buchkritik writes on the Secret Language of Nature contributed by Albert Oslwald.
Manchester university 'People in Science' lists Brian J Ford between Albert Einstein and Sir Alan Hodgkin.
Review of Future of Food in British Medical Journal by Charles Wilson, director, Institute for the Future, Menlo Park, USA.
Owl Publishing home page with Sensitive Souls translated into Chinese.
Painter Rhys Evans' portrait of Brian J Ford, Diana, Princess of Wales and Lord Tonypandy . . .
Translation into Polish of Brian J Ford's 'Time to put Darwin back in his Box', Boz magazine, 54: 9.
Report by Cambridge Evening News on award of NESTA Fellowship in 'Cambridge ideas change the world' column.
Programme of meeting on Erasmus Darwin (with Brian J Ford as session chairman).
Bhuddist site reproduces Brian J Ford report on Falling Examination Standards in British schools and colleges.
Amazon Japan web pages offers Genes, the Fight for Life in the original English-language edition.
Spanish site in Investigación y ciencia links to article on early microscopes.
School 'science fair' site acknowledges First Encyclopaedia of Science in making a model car.
Description (with book jacket) of Images of science by Arizona State university.
Publisher's announcement in Switzerland of Future of Food in German, published as Morgen nur noch Junk Food?.
Reference to the Leeuwenhoek pages from the Microscopy Info web site.
Lecture for NESTA in Hull University on Can computers make Art?, with lecturer's photograph.
Public announcement of History of the Microscope programme with opening lecture by Brian J Ford, Milan and Naples.
Italian translation of paper on Birth of the Microscope in edition of Scientific American.
Planet Science announces the distribution of the Digital Microscope booklet to all state schools in England.
The Brian J Ford First Encyclopedia of science on the Internet Directory web site.
Site from 'Search Wales' gives reference to the original web site and a link to 'Science and You'.
American 'Innovation Watch' site reports Secret Language of Life, new edition of Sensitive Souls published in New York.
Natural Health, a site in New Zealand, publishes extracts from Secret Language of Life to substantiate that plants have senses.
Lithuanian edition of the First Encyclopedia of Science published as mogus ir visata translated by Audrone Tupikina.
The Times features Round Britain Quiz on their Radio programmes preview page.
The German Secret Weapons book translated for its Japanese edition: ISBN4-89063-124-0.