Megaprojects in the Sciences
PCAST Panel on Megaprojects in the Sciences; McTague, John; Shapiro, Harold
Scientific "megaprojects" are essential to national leadership in a number of important scientific fields, but face new organizational and management challenges. The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) proposed three major policy recommendations: increase engagement between the government and the scientific community to initialize and develop proposals for future megaprojects; assemble a scientific investment budget outlining current and projected long-term expenses for megaprojects; and establish an international framework for collaborative megascience efforts.
Research; Innovation; United States. President (1989-1993 : Bush); Science--Research
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