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Size up your state: Industry-funded R&D

NSF report shows most funding concentrated in five states

by Andrea Widener
October 7, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 40

Source: NSF’s 2013 Business R&D & Innovation Survey

This map shows a shaded representation of company R&D levels in each state as a percentage of that state’s gross domestic product. Five states—California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Texas, and Washington—were home to half the internal research and development performed in the U.S. by companies, according to a recent National Science Foundation report on business R&D in 2013.

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