2018 TOP 100 US HIGHER EDUCATION R&D EXPENDITURES

2018 TOP 100 US HIGHER EDUCATION R&D EXPENDITURES

post by PAM-XIAMEN  date: Jan 03,2020

University is an important research and development subject in the innovation system. In all 912 US universities, PAM-XIAMEN has compiled the ranking data and the name by source of funds to list top 100 US higher education R&D expenditures in 2018.

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Therein, the top 10 R&D spender are:

Institution Rank All R&D expenditures Source of funds
  Government Percentage Non-government Percentage
All institutions 79,436,487 46,339,410 58.34% 33,097,077 41.66%
Johns Hopkins U.a 1 2,661,033 2,255,486 84.76% 405,547 15.24%
U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 2 1,600,869 851,567 53.19% 749,302 46.81%
U. California, San Francisco 3 1,595,732 709,475 44.46% 886,257 55.54%
U. Pennsylvania 4 1,441,931 702,490 48.72% 739,441 51.28%
U. Washington, Seattle 5 1,413,902 1,007,250 71.24% 406,652 28.76%
U. California, Los Angeles 6 1,318,110 655,125 49.70% 662,985 50.30%
U. California, San Diego 7 1,265,196 672,728 53.17% 592,468 46.83%
U. Wisconsin-Madison 8 1,205,518 636,838 52.83% 568,680 47.17%
Harvard U. 9 1,173,371 589,526 50.24% 583,845 49.76%
Duke U. 10 1,167,611 645,372 55.27% 522,239 44.73%

 

During these top 100 universities, the top 5 R&D expenditure from government is:

Institution Rank All R&D expenditures Source of funds  
      Government Percentage

 

U. Rochester 68 370,645 289,485 78.10%
Case Western Reserve U. 58 434,441 353,134 81.28%
Oregon State U. 87 272,433 224,589 82.44%
Georgia Institute of Technology 22 891,728 741,067 83.10%
Johns Hopkins U.a 1 2,661,033 2,255,486 84.76%

 

And during these top 100 universities, the top 5 R&D expenditure from non-government is:

      Non-government Percentage
Institution Rank All R&D expenditures    
Rockefeller U. 73 353,142 265,911 75.30%
U. Georgia 57 453,249 266,186 58.73%
Dartmouth C. 76 323,927 182,727 56.41%
U. California, San Francisco 3 1,595,732 886,257 55.54%
Indiana U., Bloomington 44 566,907 313,193 55.25%

 

 

 

 

 

 

And here is a list of 2018 TOP 100 US HIGHER EDUCATION R&D EXPENDITURES:

2018 TOP 100 US HIGHER EDUCATION R&D EXPENDITURES RANKING BY NSF
(Dollars in thousands)
Institution Rank All R&D expenditures Source of funds
  Government Percentage Non-government Percentage
All institutions 79,436,487 46,339,410 58.34% 33,097,077 41.66%
Johns Hopkins U.a 1 2,661,033 2,255,486 84.76% 405,547 15.24%
U. Michigan, Ann Arbor 2 1,600,869 851,567 53.19% 749,302 46.81%
U. California, San Francisco 3 1,595,732 709,475 44.46% 886,257 55.54%
U. Pennsylvania 4 1,441,931 702,490 48.72% 739,441 51.28%
U. Washington, Seattle 5 1,413,902 1,007,250 71.24% 406,652 28.76%
U. California, Los Angeles 6 1,318,110 655,125 49.70% 662,985 50.30%
U. California, San Diego 7 1,265,196 672,728 53.17% 592,468 46.83%
U. Wisconsin-Madison 8 1,205,518 636,838 52.83% 568,680 47.17%
Harvard U. 9 1,173,371 589,526 50.24% 583,845 49.76%
Duke U. 10 1,167,611 645,372 55.27% 522,239 44.73%
Stanford U. 11 1,157,597 744,595 64.32% 413,002 35.68%
U. North Carolina, Chapel Hill 12 1,136,158 712,972 62.75% 423,186 37.25%
Cornell U. 13 1,071,621 566,722 52.88% 504,899 47.12%
U. Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh 14 1,006,513 658,548 65.43% 347,965 34.57%
Yale U. 15 990,399 554,463 55.98% 435,936 44.02%
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 16 964,336 481,206 49.90% 483,130 50.10%
U. Minnesota, Twin Cities 17 954,683 543,522 56.93% 411,161 43.07%
Columbia U. in the City of New York 18 947,504 693,359 73.18% 254,145 26.82%
U. Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center 19 929,710 432,909 46.56% 496,801 53.44%
Texas A&M U., College Station and Health Science Center 20 922,178 524,565 56.88% 397,613 43.12%
Pennsylvania State U., University Park and Hershey Medical Center 21 908,708 618,895 68.11% 289,813 31.89%
Georgia Institute of Technology 22 891,728 741,067 83.10% 150,661 16.90%
U. Southern California 23 891,625 517,642 58.06% 373,983 41.94%
New York U. 24 887,558 434,950 49.01% 452,608 50.99%
Ohio State U. 25 875,014 534,695 61.11% 340,319 38.89%
U. Florida 26 865,093 529,627 61.22% 335,466 38.78%
Washington U., Saint Louis 27 816,139 509,347 62.41% 306,792 37.59%
Northwestern U. 28 805,672 472,795 58.68% 332,877 41.32%
U. California, Berkeley 29 796,505 382,989 48.08% 413,516 51.92%
U. California, Davis 30 788,832 429,368 54.43% 359,464 45.57%
Vanderbilt U. and Vanderbilt U. Medical Center 31 738,620 472,903 64.03% 265,717 35.97%
Michigan State U. 32 715,290 375,820 52.54% 339,470 47.46%
Emory U. 33 712,417 393,968 55.30% 318,449 44.70%
Rutgers, State U. New Jersey, New Brunswick 34 706,282 420,118 59.48% 286,164 40.52%
U. Arizona 35 687,066 317,707 46.24% 369,359 53.76%
U. Texas, Austin 36 679,781 429,208 63.14% 250,573 36.86%
U. Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 37 652,709 385,511 59.06% 267,198 40.94%
Icahn School of Medicine at Mt. Sinai 38 640,141 404,243 63.15% 235,898 36.85%
Purdue U., West Lafayette 39 631,574 287,511 45.52% 344,063 54.48%
Baylor C. of Medicine 40 623,396 330,396 53.00% 293,000 47.00%
Arizona State U. 41 617,717 287,098 46.48% 330,619 53.52%
U. Alabama, Birmingham 42 588,207 380,868 64.75% 207,339 35.25%
U. South Florida, Tampa 43 581,561 294,762 50.68% 286,799 49.32%
Indiana U., Bloomington 44 566,907 253,714 44.75% 313,193 55.25%
U. Utah 45 552,306 313,788 56.81% 238,518 43.19%
U. Virginia, Charlottesville 46 551,761 257,996 46.76% 293,765 53.24%
U. Maryland, College Park 47 540,660 373,346 69.05% 167,314 30.95%
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State U. 48 531,636 256,376 48.22% 275,260 51.78%
U. Colorado Denver and Anschutz Medical Campus 49 525,531 360,447 68.59% 165,084 31.41%
U. Colorado Boulder 50 514,573 396,486 77.05% 118,087 22.95%
U. Iowa 51 511,973 253,587 49.53% 258,386 50.47%
North Carolina State U. 52 509,841 329,636 64.65% 180,205 35.35%
Boston U. 53 484,205 285,085 58.88% 199,120 41.12%
U. Cincinnati 54 480,095 257,497 53.63% 222,598 46.37%
U. Maryland, Baltimore 55 475,135 298,432 62.81% 176,703 37.19%
U. Texas Southwestern Medical Center 56 474,260 276,454 58.29% 197,806 41.71%
U. Georgia 57 453,249 187,063 41.27% 266,186 58.73%
Case Western Reserve U. 58 434,441 353,134 81.28% 81,307 18.72%
U. California, Irvine 59 426,610 227,903 53.42% 198,707 46.58%
U. Chicago 60 423,993 303,405 71.56% 120,588 28.44%
SUNY, U. Buffalo 61 410,220 210,775 51.38% 199,445 48.62%
Scripps Research Institute 62 396,839 268,708 67.71% 128,131 32.29%
U. Kentucky 63 393,034 213,885 54.42% 179,149 45.58%
California Institute of Technology 64 391,003 281,506 72.00% 109,497 28.00%
Colorado State U., Fort Collins 65 374,955 285,480 76.14% 89,475 23.86%
Princeton U. 66 373,593 181,015 48.45% 192,578 51.55%
Oregon Health and Science U. 67 372,180 264,521 71.07% 107,659 28.93%
U. Rochester 68 370,645 289,485 78.10% 81,160 21.90%
U. Illinois, Chicago 69 361,690 203,620 56.30% 158,070 43.70%
Iowa State U. 70 361,206 190,613 52.77% 170,593 47.23%
Washington State U. 71 360,522 200,217 55.54% 160,305 44.46%
U. Miami 72 357,104 210,972 59.08% 146,132 40.92%
Rockefeller U. 73 353,142 87,231 24.70% 265,911 75.30%
U. Kansas 74 339,046 189,551 55.91% 149,495 44.09%
Carnegie Mellon U. 75 331,383 184,064 55.54% 147,319 44.46%
Dartmouth C. 76 323,927 141,200 43.59% 182,727 56.41%
Uniformed Services U. of the Health Sciences 77 308,326 218,702 70.93% 89,624 29.07%
U. Nebraska, Lincoln 78 308,053 158,855 51.57% 149,198 48.43%
Florida State U. 79 297,661 153,433 51.55% 144,228 48.45%
Albert Einstein C. of Medicine 80 297,328 198,738 66.84% 98,590 33.16%
Louisiana State U., Baton Rouge 81 286,726 153,678 53.60% 133,048 46.40%
U. Oklahoma, Norman and Health Science Center 82 283,638 186,990 65.93% 96,648 34.07%
Medical U. South Carolina 83 282,253 146,847 52.03% 135,406 47.97%
U. Hawaii, Manoa 84 276,388 186,912 67.63% 89,476 32.37%
Temple U. 85 276,011 160,263 58.06% 115,748 41.94%
U. Massachusetts, Medical School 86 274,211 195,035 71.13% 79,176 28.87%
Oregon State U. 87 272,433 224,589 82.44% 47,844 17.56%
U. Connecticut 88 269,685 150,124 55.67% 119,561 44.33%
George Washington U. 89 260,656 158,045 60.63% 102,611 39.37%
U. Tennessee, Knoxville 90 259,607 132,146 50.90% 127,461 49.10%
U. Texas Health Science Center, Houston 91 258,411 166,253 64.34% 92,158 35.66%
SUNY, Polytechnic Institute 92 257,358 149,028 57.91% 108,330 42.09%
U. Missouri, Columbia 93 256,183 114,787 44.81% 141,396 55.19%
U. New Mexico 94 251,322 174,220 69.32% 77,102 30.68%
Virginia Commonwealth U. 95 246,190 166,185 67.50% 80,005 32.50%
SUNY, Stony Brook U. 96 245,016 144,822 59.11% 100,194 40.89%
Brown U. 97 244,838 164,487 67.18% 80,351 32.82%
Mississippi State U. 98 244,102 166,649 68.27% 77,453 31.73%
Wayne State U. 99 238,859 120,359 50.39% 118,500 49.61%
U. California, Santa Barbara 100 235,164 119,416 50.78% 115,748 49.22%

Reference: National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, National Science Foundation, Higher Education Research and Development Survey, FY 2018.

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