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Total R&D Expenditures in 2015

RankStateFIPS CodeValue ($000)
1California06000$125,056,000
2Massachusetts25000$28,665,000
3Texas48000$23,668,000
4New York36000$22,401,000
5Maryland24000$20,385,000
6Washington53000$20,038,000
7Michigan26000$19,891,000
8Illinois17000$16,502,000
9New Jersey34000$15,865,000
10Pennsylvania42000$14,839,000
11Ohio39000$12,233,000
12North Carolina37000$11,823,000
13Virginia51000$10,107,000
14Connecticut09000$9,918,000
15Florida12000$9,456,000
16Minnesota27000$8,053,000
17Indiana18000$7,663,000
18Missouri29000$7,426,000
19Oregon41000$7,208,000
20Arizona04000$7,011,000
21Georgia13000$6,877,000
22Colorado08000$6,697,000
23Wisconsin55000$6,132,000
24New Mexico35000$6,078,000
25Tennessee47000$4,369,000
26Alabama01000$4,195,000
27Utah49000$4,174,000
28District of Columbia11000$3,567,000
29Iowa19000$3,407,000
30Delaware10000$2,887,000
31Kansas20000$2,716,000
32New Hampshire33000$2,333,000
33South Carolina45000$2,257,000
34Idaho16000$2,226,000
35Kentucky21000$1,853,000
36Rhode Island44000$1,427,000
37Oklahoma40000$1,311,000
38Louisiana22000$1,124,000
39Nebraska31000$1,087,000
40Mississippi28000$943,000
41Arkansas05000$624,000
42Hawaii15000$609,000
43Nevada32000$566,000
44West Virginia54000$546,000
45Maine23000$508,000
46North Dakota38000$460,000
47Montana30000$459,000
48Vermont50000$374,000
49Alaska02000$333,000
50South Dakota46000$271,000
51Wyoming56000$253,000

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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