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Universities & Colleges R&D Expenditures in 2015

RankStateFIPS CodeValue ($000)
1California06000$8,657,000
2New York36000$5,700,000
3Texas48000$5,083,000
4Maryland24000$3,742,000
5Massachusetts25000$3,674,000
6Pennsylvania42000$3,357,000
7North Carolina37000$2,815,000
8Illinois17000$2,391,000
9Florida12000$2,389,000
10Michigan26000$2,335,000
11Ohio39000$2,153,000
12Georgia13000$2,046,000
13Washington53000$1,549,000
14Virginia51000$1,411,000
15Wisconsin55000$1,374,000
16Indiana18000$1,324,000
17Colorado08000$1,274,000
18New Jersey34000$1,106,000
19Arizona04000$1,100,000
20Connecticut09000$1,091,000
21Tennessee47000$1,076,000
22Missouri29000$1,074,000
23Minnesota27000$929,000
24Alabama01000$903,000
25Iowa19000$759,000
26Utah49000$733,000
27Oregon41000$720,000
28South Carolina45000$665,000
29Louisiana22000$663,000
30Kansas20000$562,000
31District of Columbia11000$559,000
32Kentucky21000$533,000
33Nebraska31000$464,000
34Rhode Island44000$453,000
35Oklahoma40000$420,000
36Mississippi28000$408,000
37New Mexico35000$391,000
38New Hampshire33000$358,000
39Hawaii15000$332,000
40Arkansas05000$293,000
41North Dakota38000$218,000
42West Virginia54000$199,000
43Delaware10000$192,000
44Montana30000$182,000
45Alaska02000$163,000
46Nevada32000$158,000
47Idaho16000$147,000
48Vermont50000$120,000
49Maine23000$108,000
50South Dakota46000$103,000
51Wyoming56000$57,000

Data Source: National Science Foundation

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