A selection of projects
Casual portrait and exploring the Mayan sites in Mexico.
Note of a few activities
Regular 'Critical Focus' column in The Microscope.
Updated edition: Nonscience Returns from Curtis Books.
New book on the aquatic dinosaur theory - Too Big to Walk
Major academic publication on intelligence in living cells.
TV series on Changing Adolf Hitler's sex for Netflix.
Netflix production on the Great Panjandrum.
Chinese edition of Secret Weapons book in Beijing.
Narrating trailer on the death of Freddie Mills in London.
Annual lectures in Singapore Science Centre and Chicago.
Foreign keynote lectures in Dublin, San Diego and Atlanta.
Television appearances on ITV news, Discovery and History channels world-wide.
An Evening with Brian', annual lecture at Inter Micro, Chicago, July.
Guest Speaker aboard Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria, Queen Mary 2, Ocean Majesty, Marco Polo, and many other liners.
Honorary Member of the State Microsocopical Society of illinois, and also of the Georgia Microscopical Society.
Overseas lecture visits to the Arctic and Antarctica, West Indies, Viet Nam, Honolulu, Ukraine, and others.
UK lecture visits include Universities of Leicester, Oxford, Surrey, Kent and Cambridge.
President Emeritus, Cambridge Society for the Application of Research.
Past President, Cardiff University Association of Past Students.
Professor Ford is researching e-learning at Leicester university.
Invited European opening lectures including Amsterdam, Milan and Naples.
After-dinner speech with Lord Kinnock, Cardiff University Association of Past Students annual dinner
Also to the natural science students annual dinner, Caius College, Cambridge University.
Lectures to Cambridge Society for the Application of Research.
Lecture cruises to Indonesia, Iceland, Japan, Australia, China, Caribbean, Panama Canal, Burma, India.
Awarded a NESTA Fellowship, London.
Keynote lecture at the Swanwick Writers'
Schools manual: Using the Digital
Microscope for UK Science Year.
Revised new edition, and
a Welsh language translation now available.
Nominated for the Faraday Medal of the Royal Society
Brian has toured Malaysia N.
Borneo and Chinese Republic.
China visit: new books
currently in Chinese, another recently
Genes and the Fight for
Life at No 5 in the New Scientist 'Top 10'.
Charlton Heston television documentaries now on world-wide
The Future of Food,
published and featured on TV, features in America.
Articles on The Future
of Food, in Mail on Sunday, Daily
Discussions in Hollywood and London for further major television
Visits to Lafayette, San Fransisco, the American
Mid-west and Santa Cruz.
Book chapters on 'Robert Hooke, 'Antony Leeuwenhoek', '18th century neurology'
and 'Optical Physics and the Microscope' recently published.
Introduction on the life of Robert
Hooke FRS, CD-ROM Micrographia.
Chapter: developments in scientific illustration for Quaritch Books, London.
Contributed chapter for Cambridge University Press, on scientific publishing.
Consult pages devoted to forthcoming
publications and a selection of lectures.
New chapter for Encyclopaedia Britannica
Yearbook for 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006.
Developed a novel orbiting
microscope for the European Space Agency.