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Throughout his science-writing career, Greenberg has been a prolific contributor to many popular and professional publications. From 1972 to 2003, he wrote a nationally syndicated op-ed column that appeared in the Washington Post and many other newspapers
His novel, "Tech Transfer: Science, Money, Love, and the Ivory Tower," published in 2010, was described by the New .
His novel, "Tech Transfer: Science, Money, Love, and the Ivory Tower," published in 2010, was described by the New York Times as "a hilarious" and "mordant satire about scientists and universities and how they do business.
While universities seek out corporate funding, news stories rarely note that those industry dollars are dwarfed by government support and other funds. Also, while many universities have set up technology transfer offices to pursue profits through patents, many of those offices have been financial busts
Though high in national ranking, Kershaw University is a dysfunctional institution. Its geriatric president is afflicted by dementia. The faculty is embroiled in bitter vendettas. The students, when not partying or sleeping late, are in rebellion
Though high in national ranking, Kershaw University is a dysfunctional institution. The students, when not partying or sleeping late, are in rebellion. And, under an Army contract in a secret lab on campus, Kershaw's star scientist is developing an anti-sleep drug to keep troops permanently awake.
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This book is a great portrayal of life in the world of high stakes university science. As a novel it leaves a little to be desired. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.
Daniel S. Greenberg is a science writer in Washington. Those bastards, we’ve got to cut them back. He is the author of Science, Money and Politics: Political Triumph and Ethical Erosion and a novel, Tech Transfer. The Republican War on Science by Chris Mooney Basic Books, 288 pp, £1. 9, October 2005, ISBN 0 465 04675 4. Little is required to ensure political quiet in the American scientific community.