Science and Technology Pocket Data Book, 2000


Other Science Resources Publications

Title Pub. Type

NSF Pub No.

Overviews

   
Annotated List of Federally Funded Research and Development Centers: March 1999 (electronic dissemination only) Report 99-334
Complex Picture of Computer Use in the Home Emerges Issue Brief 00-314
Does the Educational Debt Burden of Science and Engineering Doctorates Differ by Race/Ethnicity and Sex? Issue Brief 99-341
International Patenting Trends in Advanced Materials: Ceramics Issue Brief 99-350
International Patenting Trends in Biotechnology: Genetic Engineering Issue Brief 99-352
International Patenting Trends in Manufacturing Technologies: Robots Issue Brief 99-343
Master Government List of Federally Funded Research and Development Centers, Fiscal Year 2000 (electronic dissemination only) Report 00-305

 

Master Government List of Federally Funded Research and Development Centers, Fiscal Year 1999 (electronic dissemination only) Report 99-308
National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1999, Data Update (electronic dissemination only) Report 00-306
National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1998 Report 99-335
Science and Engineering Indicators - 2000 Report NSB 00-1
Science and Engineering Indicators - 1998 Report NSB 98-01
Science and Technology Pocket Data Book: 1996 Report 96-325
Social and Economic Implications of Information Technologies Brochure 00-313
The Science and Technology Resources of Japan: A Comparison with the United States Report 97-324
U.S. Inventors Patent Technologies Around the World Issue Brief 99-329
WebCASPAR Brochure 99-354
What Is the Federal Role in Supporting Academic Research and Graduate Reseach Assistants? Issue Brief 99-342

 

Financial Resources

   
Academic R&D Expenditures Survey Brochure Brochure 99-306
Academic Research and Development Expenditures: Fiscal Year 1997 Tables 99-336
Federal Academic Obligations for Science and Engineering Activities Increased More than 4 Percent in FY 1997 Data Brief 99-326
Federal Academic Science and Engineering Obligations Up More Than 6 Percent in FY 1998 Data Brief 00-312
Federal Funding Supports Moderate Growth for Basic Research in the 1990's Data Brief 99-319
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Federal Obligations for Research by Agency and Detailed Field of Science and Engineering: Fiscal Years 1970-99 (electronic dissemination only) Tables 99-345
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Federal Obligations for Research to Universities and Colleges by Agency and Detailed Field of Science and Engineering: Fiscal Years 1973-99 (electronic dissemination only) Tables 99-346
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 1951-99 (electronic dissemination only) Tables 99-347
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 1998, 1999 and 2000 Tables 00-317
Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 1997, 1998 and 1999 Tables 99-333
Federal R&D Funding by Budget Function: Fiscal Years 1998-2000 Tables 00-303
Federal R&D Funding by Budget Function: Fiscal Years 1997-99 Tables 99-315
Federal Science and Engineering Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions: Fiscal Year 1998 Tables 00-315
Federal Science and Engineering Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions: Fiscal Year 1997 Tables 99-331
Federal Survey Shows Defense Funding of Industry Is Largest Share of Federal R&D in FY 2000 Data Brief 00-309
How Has the Field Mix of Academic R&D Changed? Issue Brief 99-309
How Has the Field Mix of Federal Research Funding Changed Over the Past Three Decades? Issue Brief 99-328
Latin America: R&D Spending Jumps in Brazil, Mexico, and Costa Rica Data Brief 00-316
Preliminary Tables, Federal R&D Funding by Budget Function: Fiscal Years 1997-99 Tables 99-301
President's FY 2000 Budget Includes Reduced R&D Request; Nondefense R&D Funding Catches Up to Defense R&D Data Brief 99-353
R&D as a Percentage of GDP Continues Upward Climb Data Brief 99-357
R&D as a Percent of GDP is Highest in Six Years Data Brief 99-302
Research and Development in Industry: 1995-96 Tables 99-312
Research and Development in Industry: 1997 Tables 99-358
Science and Engineering State Profiles: 1998 Data Update (electronic dissemination only) Tables 99-311
U.S. Corporate R&D: Volume I. Top 500 Firms in R&D by Industry Category Report 00-301
U.S. Corporate R&D: Volume II. Company Information on Top 500 Firms in R&D Report 00-302
U.S. Industrial R&D Performers Report Increased R&D Data Brief 00-320
Venture Capital Investment Trends in the United States and Europe Issue Brief 99-303
What Are the Sources of Funding for Academically Performed R&D? Issue Brief 99-317
What Is the Level of Federal Science and Engineering Support to Historically Black Colleges and Universities? Issue Brief 99-356
What Is the State Government Role in the R&D Enterprise? Issue Brief 99-348
1997 U.S. Industrial R&D Performers Report 99-355

 

Human Resources

   
Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1997 Tables 00-308
Counting the S&E Workforce - It's Not That Easy Issue Brief 99-344
Degrees and Occupations in Engineering: How Do They Diverge? Issue Brief 99-318
Despite Increases, Women and Minorities Still Underrepresented in Undergraduate and Graduate Science and Engineering Education Data Brief 99-320
Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1995 Profiles Report 99-305
Doctorate Awards Declining in Some Science and Engineering Fields Data Brief 99-339
Does the Educational Debt Burden of Science and Engineering Doctorates Differ by Race/Ethnicity and Sex? Issue Brief 99-341
Graduate Education Reform in Europe, Asia and the Americas and International Mobility of Scientists and Engineers: Proceedings of an NSF Workshop Report 00-318
Graduate Enrollment in Science and Engineering Continued to Decline in 1998 Data Brief 00-307
Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 1998 Tables 00-322
Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 1997 Supplemental Tables (electronic dissemination only) Tables 99-324
Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 1997 Tables 99-325
Have Forms of Primary Financial Support for S&E Graduate Students Changed During the Past Two Decades? Issue Brief 99-313
Has the Use of Postdocs Changed? Issue Brief 99-310
Healthy Economy Yields Even Lower Unemployment Rate for Doctoral Scientists and Engineers Data Brief 99-340
How Large Is the Gap in Salaries of Male and Female Engineers? Issue Brief 99-352
How Much Does the U.S. Rely on Immigrant Engineers? Issue Brief 99-327
Human Resources for Science & Technology: The European Region Report 96-316
Modes of Financial Support in the Graduate Education of Science and Engineering Doctorate Recipients Report 00-319
Psychology Doctorate Recipients: How Much Financial Debt at Graduation? Issue Brief 00-321
Retention of the Best Science and Engineering Graduates in Science and Engineering Report 99-321
Science and Engineering Degrees: 1966-97 Tables 00-310
Science and Engineering Degrees: 1966-96 Tables 99-330
Science and Engineering Degrees by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1989-97 Tables 00-311
Science and Engineering Degrees by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1989-96 Tables 99-332
Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 1998 Tables 00-304
Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 1997 Tables 99-323
SESTAT: A Tool for Studying Scientists and Engineers in the United States Report 99-337
SESTAT and NIOEM: Two Federal Databases Provide Complementary Information on the Science and Technology Labor Force Report 99-349
Statistical Profiles of Foreign Doctoral Recipients in Science and Engineering: Plans to Stay in the United States Report 99-304
Summary of Workshop on Graduate Student Attrition Report 99-314
Total Science and Engineering Graduate Enrolment Falls for Fourth Consecutive Year Data Brief 99-316
What Follows the Postdoctorate Experience? Employment Patterns of 1993 Postdocs in 1995 Issue Brief 99-307
Will Small Business Become the Nation's Leading Employer of Graduates with Bachelor's Degrees in Science and Engineering? Issue Brief 99-322
Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering: 1998 Report 99-338


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