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R&D Expenditures Over Time (2015 Adj. Dollars) in 2005

RankStateFIPS CodeValue
1California06000$77,517,787
2Michigan26000$22,296,346
3Massachusetts25000$21,549,979
4Texas48000$19,256,266
5New Jersey34000$18,082,710
6Maryland24000$17,155,516
7New York36000$17,115,467
8Illinois17000$15,193,117
9Pennsylvania42000$14,461,314
10Washington53000$14,398,206
11Connecticut09000$10,906,666
12Virginia51000$10,398,165
13Ohio39000$10,032,870
14North Carolina37000$8,894,509
15Minnesota27000$8,661,497
16Florida12000$7,553,476
17Colorado08000$7,047,403
18Indiana18000$6,620,214
19New Mexico35000$6,389,629
20Arizona04000$5,023,110
21Oregon41000$4,757,330
22Georgia13000$4,693,009
23Wisconsin55000$4,614,125
24Missouri29000$4,401,744
25District of Columbia11000$4,055,867
26Tennessee47000$3,651,737
27Alabama01000$3,402,948
28Kansas20000$2,871,389
29South Carolina45000$2,558,279
30Rhode Island44000$2,415,073
31Utah49000$2,288,858
32New Hampshire33000$2,155,362
33Iowa19000$2,025,506
34Delaware10000$1,984,244
35Kentucky21000$1,378,655
36Idaho16000$1,250,013
37Louisiana22000$1,172,342
38Oklahoma40000$987,874
39Nebraska31000$970,884
40Mississippi28000$942,971
41Nevada32000$745,153
42West Virginia54000$688,114
43Arkansas05000$640,783
44Maine23000$635,929
45Hawaii15000$622,579
46Vermont50000$598,307
47Montana30000$385,926
48North Dakota38000$345,877
49Alaska02000$322,819
50South Dakota46000$190,536
51Wyoming56000$148,060

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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