On Leadership: Top Scientists Fauci, Baltimore and Zuber
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On Leadership: Top Scientists Fauci, Baltimore and Zuber

Named three of America's Best Leaders 2008 by U.S. News & World Report, scientists Anthony Fauci, David Baltimore and Maria Zuber talk about the challenge of leading creative minds, the necessity of failure and why science is key to foreign policy. Camera by Gretel Truong & Julianne Donofrio/Haddad Media. Editing and Production by Elizabeth Tenety & Andrea Useem/washingtonpost.com. Consulting Producer: Tammy Haddad/Haddad Media.

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