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Total Academic R&D Funding at Public Universities in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeValue ($000)
1California06000$6,067,551
2Texas48000$4,215,213
3Michigan26000$2,268,671
4Pennsylvania42000$1,934,288
5Florida12000$1,832,697
6North Carolina37000$1,629,958
7Ohio39000$1,537,348
8Washington53000$1,521,756
9New York36000$1,352,348
10Georgia13000$1,347,174
11Maryland24000$1,318,826
12Colorado08000$1,308,391
13Virginia51000$1,302,109
14Wisconsin55000$1,110,140
15Arizona04000$1,072,623
16Indiana18000$1,057,995
17Illinois17000$996,348
18Minnesota27000$905,268
19Alabama01000$900,019
20Iowa19000$768,099
21New Jersey34000$745,067
22Oregon41000$693,330
23South Carolina45000$599,897
24Massachusetts25000$566,672
25Kentucky21000$535,369
26Utah49000$501,500
27Kansas20000$478,843
28Louisiana22000$455,195
29Nebraska31000$425,860
30Mississippi28000$410,406
31Oklahoma40000$407,592
32Tennessee47000$402,566
33New Mexico35000$357,360
34Missouri29000$317,820
35Hawaii15000$312,080
36Arkansas05000$284,160
37Connecticut09000$261,026
38North Dakota38000$221,251
39Delaware10000$189,768
40West Virginia54000$188,502
41Montana30000$184,024
42Nevada32000$169,500
43Alaska02000$162,083
44Idaho16000$150,043
45New Hampshire33000$137,337
46Vermont50000$115,606
47Wyoming56000$108,552
48South Dakota46000$102,269
49Rhode Island44000$91,821
50Maine23000$83,943
51District of Columbia11000$9,189

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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