Table 4-9
Top 10 states in industry R&D performance and share of R&D by selected industries: 2000
 
      Share of total industry-performed R&D
      Manufacturing industries Professional,
scientific, and
technical services
State Industry-performed
R&Da
   Total Computer and
electronic
products
Transportation
equipment
Chemicals
  Millions of current dollars   Percent
Total 199,539   62.2 22.6 15.1 10.5 11.3
California 45,769   54.1 36.0 7.0 2.9 18.0
Michigan 17,640   88.9 2.0 73.4 6.5 4.7
New Jersey 12,062   61.9 27.6 1.0 25.1 5.6
Illinois 10,661   59.8 26.6 2.5 17.0 2.7
New York 10,539   65.6 16.4 14.7 18.7 3.7
Massachusetts 9,863   59.7 43.5 D 7.7 21.0
Washington 9,265   32.9 5.7 D D 11.4
Texas 8,961   58.3 42.2 1.5 5.3 7.0
Pennsylvania 7,873   68.5 14.6 4.5 32.9 7.2
Ohio 5,962   65.6 3.0 7.9 D 20.1
All other states 60,946   64.7 17.1 14.5 12.0 10.9
 
D data withheld to avoid disclosing operations of individual companies

aIncludes company and federally financed R&D activities and R&D activities of industry-administered federally funded research and development centers (FFRDCs) located within these states.

NOTES: Reliability of the estimates of industry R&D varies by state because sample allocation was not based on geography. Rankings do not take into account margin of error of estimates from sample surveys. Details may not add to totals because not all industries are shown.

SOURCE: National Science Foundation, Division of Science Resources Statistics, Survey of Industrial Research and Development, 2000.
 
Science & Engineering Indicators — 2004
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