Science journalist and author. Daniel S. Greenberg graduated from Columbia University
in 1953. In 1961, he became the first editor of the "News and Comment " section of
the journal Science. He also worked as a science reporter for the Washington Post.
In 1971 he founded the Science and Government Report, a fortnightly review of
government grants, reports, and activities in science. He served as its editor until
1997, when it was acquired by John Wiley & Sons. He also authored several books
on the politics of science in the United States, including The Politics of Pure
Science (1967), Science, Money and Politics (2001), Science for Sale (2007), and
Tech Transfer (2010).