Regular column in The Microscope (USA)

'Critical Focus'

Listed with most recent first.
See also list with abstracts.

Microscope journal

Front cover of The Microscope features a photograph from the fifth
Brian J Ford Critical Focus column on the Leeuwenhoek Specimens
published in June 2011.

Critical Focus No 16: Brainstorm - New Insights on Human Intelligence, The Microscope 61 (4) 169-178, 2013.

Critical Focus No 15: A New theory on Old Leaves, The Microscope 61 (3) 121-129, 2013.

Critical Focus No 14: Shining the Spotlight on Movie Microbes, The Microscope 61 (2) 63-73, 2013.

Critical Focus No 13: Debunking the Myth of Intelligent Design, The Microscope 61 (1) 25-34, 2013
(published May 2013).

Critical Focus No 12: The Microscope and the Caveman, The Microscope 60 (4) 157-165, 2012
(published February 2013).

Critical Focus No 11: Aquatic Dinosaurs under the Lens, The Microscope 60 (3) 123-131, 2012.

Critical Focus No 10: Solving the Mystery of Spontaneous Human Combustion, The Microscope, 60 (2): 63-72, 2012.

Critical Focus 9: Fifty Years in Microscopy, The Microscope 60 (1): 17-25, 2012.

Critical Focus 8: Strange Paradox of Blood, The Microscope 59 (4): 165-173, 2011.

Critical Focus 7: Darwin, the Microscopist who Didn't Discover Evolution, The Microscope 59 (3): 129-137, 2011.

Critical Focus 6: Cultured Meat, Food for the Future, The Microscope 59 (2): 73-81, 2011.

Critical Focus 5: The Story of the Leeuwenhoek Specimens, The Microscope 59 (1): 11-19, 2011.

Critical Focus 4: The Good Guide to Bad Lectures, The Microscope 58 (4): 167-172, 2010.

Critical Focus 3: Censoring the Cell: How the Microscope is Abused by the Media, The Microscope 58 (3): 121-129, 2010.

Critical Focus 2: Inventing Life - or Reality?, The Microscope 58 (2): 71-79, 2010.

Critical Focus 1: The Royal Society turns 350, The Microscope 58 (1): 35-40, 2010.

See web page listing other regular articles and columns by Brian J Ford.