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Federal Government Academic R&D Funding at Public Universities in 2016

RankStateFIPS CodeValue ($000)
1California06000$3,027,288
2Texas48000$1,600,038
3Pennsylvania42000$1,245,523
4Michigan26000$1,236,860
5Washington53000$1,024,262
6Colorado08000$962,874
7North Carolina37000$910,128
8Ohio39000$845,166
9Maryland24000$833,734
10Florida12000$821,703
11Georgia13000$808,296
12Virginia51000$636,643
13Wisconsin55000$574,432
14New York36000$572,450
15Alabama01000$537,860
16Illinois17000$527,650
17Arizona04000$482,720
18Minnesota27000$472,803
19Oregon41000$468,760
20Indiana18000$457,883
21New Jersey34000$404,699
22Iowa19000$362,872
23Utah49000$349,251
24Massachusetts25000$329,511
25South Carolina45000$276,532
26Kentucky21000$234,511
27New Mexico35000$232,773
28Tennessee47000$205,903
29Mississippi28000$200,215
30Hawaii15000$199,084
31Kansas20000$193,629
32Oklahoma40000$181,211
33Nebraska31000$177,280
34Louisiana22000$153,812
35Missouri29000$148,604
36Connecticut09000$145,094
37Delaware10000$122,991
38Montana30000$104,132
39Arkansas05000$102,989
40Alaska02000$100,613
41Nevada32000$95,196
42New Hampshire33000$90,382
43West Virginia54000$83,516
44Vermont50000$83,124
45Idaho16000$78,022
46North Dakota38000$77,045
47Wyoming56000$63,223
48Rhode Island44000$59,545
49South Dakota46000$51,377
50Maine23000$37,180
51District of Columbia11000$8,171

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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