Science and Technology Pocket Data Book


Other Science Resources Publications

Title Pub. Type

NSF Pub No.

Overviews

   

Asia's New High-Tech Competitors

Report

95-309

Guide to NSF Science and Engineering Resources Data

Report

95-318

Human Resources for Science and Technology: The Asian Region

Report

93-303

National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1994

Report

95-304

National Patterns of R&D Resources: 1996

Report

96-333

NSF Survey Instruments Used in Collecting Science and Engineering Resources Data

Report

95-317

Science and Engineering Indicators - 1996

Report

NSB 96-21

Science and Engineering Indicators - 1993

Report

NSB 93-1

Science and Technology Pocket Data Book: 1994

Report

94-323

SRS Publications List: June 1995

Report

95-328

SRS Publications Update

Report

95-333

 

Financial Resources

   

Academic R&D Expenditures Outpace Inflation in FY 1994

Data Brief

96-301

Academic S&E Support from Federal Agencies Rose by 8 Percent in FY 1994

Data Brief

96-305

Academic Science/Engineering: R&D Expenditures, Fiscal Year 1993

Tables

95-332

Expenditures on S&E Research Facilities at Historically Black Colleges
  And Universities Continue to decline

Data Brief

95-302

Federal Academic S&E Obligations Showed Slight Decrease in FY 1993

Data Brief

95-314

Federal Funds for R&D and R&D Plant To Drop in FY 1996; Department
  Of Defense Survey Data Expended

Data Brief

96-306
Federal Funds for R&D: Federal Obligations for Research by Agency and
  Detailed Field of Science and Engineering: FYs 1972-1995

Tables

95-322
Federal Funds for R&D: Federal Obligations for Research to Universities
  And Colleges by Agency and Detailed Field of Science and Engineering: FYs 1975-1995

Tables

95-323

Federal Funds for Research and Development Detailed Historical Tables

Tables

95-319

Federal Funds for Research and Development: Fiscal Years 1993, 1994, and 1995, Volume 43

Tables

95-334

Federal Share of Academic R&D Climbed to 60 Percent in FY 1993

Data Brief

95-301

Federal Support to Universities, Colleges, and Nonprofit Institutions: Fiscal Year 1993

Tables

95-331

1993 Spending Falls for U.S. Industrial R&D, Nonmanufacturing Share Increases

Data Brief

95-325

Research and Development in Industry: 1993

Tables

96-304

Selected Data on Academic Science/Engineering R&D Expenditures:
  Fiscal Year 1993 (electronic form only)

Tables

95-326
Selected Data on Federal Funds for Research and Development:
  Fiscal Years 1993, 1994, and 1995, Volume 43

Tables

95-321

Selected Data on Federal Support to Universities and Colleges: Fiscal Year 1993

Tables

95-320

Six States Account for Majority of R&D Spending, New NSF
  State Science and Engineering Profiles Available

Data Brief

95-338

Small Decreases in Federal Funding for R&D and R&D Plant Expected in FY 1995

Data Brief

95-315

U.S. R&D Expenditures Continued Slow Growth in 1994

Data Brief

95-303

U.S. R&D Spending Will Not Pick Up in '95

Data Brief

95-335

 

Human Resources

   

Academic Science/Engineering: Graduate Enrollment and Support, Fall 1991

Tables

93-309

Characteristics of Doctoral Scientists and Engineers in the United States: 1993

Tables

96-302

Characteristics of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates: 1993 (electronic form only)

Tables

96-309

Employment Status of Recent Science and Engineering Graduates
  Varies by Level and Field of Degree

Data Brief

95-308

Federal Science and Engineering Jobs Increased Over the Last 5 Years

Data Brief

95-305

Federal Scientists and Engineers: 1989-93

Tables

95-336

For 1993, Doctoral Scientists & Engineers Reported 1.6 Percent
  Unemployment Rate But 4.3 Percent Underemployment

Data Brief

95-307

Graduate Enrollment in Science and Engineering Decreased by 1 percent in 1994

Data Brief

96-312

Immigrant Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians in S&E: 1991-92

Tables

95-310

Immigrants are 23 Percent of U.S. Residents with S&E Doctorates

Data Brief

95-339

Immigration of Scientists and Engineers Increased Slightly in 1993,
  Despite Decline in Immigration Overall

Data Brief

95-327

More S&E Bachelor's Degrees Are Being Earned by Racial/Ethnic Minorities

Data Brief

95-329

More Than 10.3 Million U.S. Residents Have Science or Engineering Degrees

Data Brief

95-340

National Database of Undergraduate Curriculum Available

Data Brief

95-313

Nonacademic Scientists and Engineers: Trends from the 1980 and 1990 Census

Tables

95-306

Nonmanufacturing S&E Employment Continues to Increase, But at Slower Rate

Data Brief

95-343

Science and Engineering Degrees by Race/Ethnicity of Recipients: 1985-93

Tables

95-330

Science and Engineering Degrees: 1966-93

Tables

95-312

Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards Are at an All-Time High

Data Brief

95-307

Science and Engineering Doctorates: 1960-91

Tables

93-301

Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians in Manufacturing Industries: 1992

Tables

95-311

Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians in Nonmanufacturing Industries: 1993

Tables

96-332

Scientists, Engineers, and Technicians in Trade and Regulated Industries: 1991

Tables

93-307

Selected Data on Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering: Fall 1993

Tables

95-316

Selected Data on Science and Engineering Doctorate Awards: 1995

Tables

96-303

Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering: 1994

Report

94-333


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