Dr. Zinberg is the editor and a contributing author of Uncertain Power: The Struggle for a National Energy Policy (Pergamon 1983). She is also the editor and contributing author of The Changing University: How Increased Demand for Scientists and Technology Is Transforming Academic Institutions Internationally(Kluwer 1991). Her work has been published in American Scientist, Nature, Scientific American, and many other journals and books. Her most recent publications include: “The Missing Link? Nuclear Proliferation and the International Mobility of Russian Nuclear Experts,” UNIDIR, 1995); “Brain Drain, Brain Bank, and Brain Wall: The International Mobility of Former Soviet Union Scientists, Engineers, and Technologists,” (OECD 1994); and “Putting People First: Education, Jobs, and Economic Competitiveness” in Empowering Technology: Implementing a U.S. Strategy ed. Lewis M.Branscomb (MIT Press 1993).

Dr. Zinberg writes a monthly column, “World View”, for The Times
(London) Higher Education.

Articles from The London Times Higher Education Supplement

First Seeds of a Fairer Future, November 16, 2001.

Where Were You…? September 14, 2001.

The Thrill of Pioneer Spirits, August 17, 2001.

Lessons of Invisible College, June 15, 2001.

When We Are What We Do, April 6, 2001.

Avoid Logging On To Despair, February 16, 2001.

Who Can You Trust Online? December 15, 2000.

Poverty is Not An Island, October 20, 2000.

Vision of Peace in a Desert, June 16, 2000.

No Place Left for Tradition, April 28, 2000.

E-Sisters Cast Tradition Aside, April 7, 2000.

Mom Showed Us the Way, February 25, 2000.

The Digital Philanthropists, December 24, 1999.

Cyberspace’s Desert Song, November 26, 1999.

Swimming with the Sharks, October 15, 1999.

Fending Off Cyber Warfare, September 24,1999.

Bombings Upped the Anti, July 23, 1999.

Bad News from Cyperspace? October 30, 1998.

Cyperspace Under Siege, March 8, 1996.

A One-Child Time Bomb, April 7, 1995.

Doomsday Revisited, March 10, 1995.

Getting Wired:  The Engineers of the Information Superhighway, August 5, 1994.

True Grit with FeelingsApril 1, 1994.

Publications 1995-present

The Missing Link? Nuclear Proliferation and the International Mobility of Russian Nuclear Experts. United Nations Publication, New York, 1995. Research Paper No 35.

“Mildred Dresselhaus.” In Beyond the Glass Ceiling, Sean Griffiths, Ed., Manchester University Press, Manchester, 1996. pp. 92-98.

“Russian Military-Clergy Has 19th Century Cast.” The Boston Globe, January 7, 1996.

“The Military and the Church: Russia’s’ Unholy Alliance.” The National Times, May, 1996. pp. 24-25

“A Cautionary Tale.” Science, v. 273, July 26, 1996. p. 411

“Revolutions Real and Virtual: Science, Cyberspace and the
University”, FRN: Swedish Council for Planning and Coordination of Research, 1997.

China’s Gift to US Colleges,” The Boston Globe, June 14, 1999.

“Net Users Must Prepare for Big Brother,” The Boston Herald, September 26, 1999.

“Will the Internet Become a Crucial Tool in the Middle East Peace Struggle?” The Boston Globe, July 14, 2000.

“World View” (a monthly column). The Times Higher Education Supplement, London, 1993-present. (Syndicated by the NY Times News Service)

“PRC Science Students and Scholars Abroad.” Science, New Series, Vol. 239, No. 4847. (Mar. 25, 1988), pp. 1475-1476.

“Visit to a Chinese ‘millionaire’.” The Christian Science Monitor, 1987.

World View Column Titles 1998-present 

April 6
February 16
When We Are What We Do
What Price the Internet?


December 15
October 20
September 1
August 11
June 16
April 28
April 7
February 25
Who can you Trust Online?
Poverty is not an Island
A Lesson for the Over-50s
A Corporate Enemy Within
Vision of Peace in a Desert
No Place Left for Tradition
E-Sisters Cast Tradition Aside
Mom Showed Us the Way
December 24
November 26
October 15
September 24
July 23
June 18
April 30
March 12
February 5
The Digital Philanthropists
Cyberspace’s Desert Song
Swimming with the Sharks
Fending Off Cyber Warfare
Bombings Upped the Anti
Putting Ethics to the Test
Two Tarnished Institutions
The Ten Commandments
Workers Flower in Desert
December 25
October 30
September 25
August 7
July 10
May 1
March 20
February 20
January 16
A World Worth Fighting For
Bad News From Cyberspace?
No Party for the People
Penitents Take Lead in Schools
Heroes New and Old
Profits Without Honour
The Getty Grasp on Reality
Cybertech Battle for Campuses
Junk Food on the Net
Cyberspace and Technology
March 12, 1999
October 30, 1998
August 7, 1998
March 20, 1998
February 20, 1998
January 16, 1998
October 17, 1997
March 8, 1996
January 26, 1996
November 11, 1994
October 7, 1994
August 5, 1994
The Ten Commandments
Bad News From Cyberspace?
Penitents Take Lead in Schools
The Getty Grasp on Reality
Cybertech Battle for Campuses
Junk Food on the Net
Sharing the Spring of Wealth
Cyberspace Under Siege
The Age of Interaction
Trials in Cyberspace
Drop Out and Log On
Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out