Regular column in The Microscope (USA)

'Critical Focus'

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

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Front covers of The Microscope feature a photograph from the fifth
Brian J Ford Critical Focus column on the Leeuwenhoek Specimens
published in June 2011 and the 20th published in January 2015.

Critical Focus No 22, The Incredible, Invisible world of Robert Hooke The Microscope 63 (1): 23-24, 2015.

Critical Focus No 20: The Hidden Secrets of Snowflakes, The Microscope, 62 (4): 171-181, 2014.

Critical Focus No 19: Crisis point: the Rise and Fall of Penicillin, The Microscope 62 (3) 123-135, 2014.

Critical Focus No 18: Breaking the Myths of Microscopy, The Microscope 62 (2): 63-73, 2014.

Critical Focus No 17: There is always Life after Death, The Microscope 62 (1) 15-24, 2014.

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.