Managing "Big Science:" A Case Study of the Human Genome Project

Author(s)
W. Henry Lambright
 
Date
2002
 
Source
 
Abstract
This report reviews the history of management of the National Human Genome Project at the National Institutes of Health, the federal government's largest science project since the National Aeronautics and Space Administration's Apollo Project. The Human Genome Project involved scientists around the world "working around the clock" for over 15 years. The study focuses on Project Director Francis Collins, who has overseen the successful completion of several of the Genome Project's goals.
 
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