The Human Genome Project: An Annotated & Interactive Scholarly Guide to the Project in the United States is a comprehensive reference e-book on the history of sequencing human DNA. The Scholarly Guide, in both its Wiki and e-book formats, is available at this link:

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Produced by the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Library & Archives, the Scholarly Guide will prove to be a critical research tool for historians and other scholars of the biological sciences who wish to learn more about this watershed event for scientific discovery.

We welcome you to explore it and see how this reference might be an asset to you and your institution – as well as the community of scholars and students you serve.

As you will see, the Guide contains historical information on the people, places, and institutions that contributed to the Human Genome Project in the United States, which lasted from 1990 to 2003.

This information is organized in an easily navigable format, with extensive interlinking for ease of reference.