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1. Elementary and Secondary Mathematics and Science Education

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1-1 Indicators of elementary and secondary school mathematics and science education View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-2 Changes in NAEP mathematics and science score gaps between selected groups of students in grades 4 and 8: 1990–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-3 Highest-level mathematics course in which ninth graders enrolled, by student and family characteristics: 2009 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-4 Highest-level science course in which ninth graders enrolled, by student and family characteristics: 2009 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-5 Public school students who took or passed an AP exam in high school, by subject: Graduating classes 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-6 Public school students who took or passed an AP exam as a proportion of overall student population, by subject: Graduating classes 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-7 Mathematics and science teachers, by path to certification and grade level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-8 Mathematics and science teachers with an undergraduate or graduate degree in mathematics or science, by grade level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-9 Mathematics and science teachers considering themselves very well prepared for various tasks associated with instruction, by grade level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-10 Mathematics and science teachers, by most recent participation in subject-focused professional development and grade level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-11 Mathematics and science teachers spending time in subject-focused professional development in the past 3 years, by grade level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-12 School program representatives reporting various issues as serious problems for mathematics and science instruction, by school level: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-13 Public school teachers reporting the availability and frequency of use of technology devices, by school level: 2009 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-14 Public school districts with students enrolled in distance education courses indicating how important various reasons were for having distance education courses in their district, by district characteristic: School year 2009–10 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-15 Beginning 2003–04 postsecondary students who took remedial courses during their enrollment, by type of first institution: 2003–09 View HTML Table Download Excel file
1-A Average number of AP mathematics and science courses offered in high schools, by school characteristic: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file

2. Higher Education in Science and Engineering

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2-1 Degree-granting institutions, by control and level of institution: 2011–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-2 U.S. citizen and permanent resident S&E doctorate recipients whose baccalaureate origin is a high Hispanic enrollment institution, by race and ethnicity: 2007–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-3 U.S. citizen and permanent resident S&E doctorate recipients whose baccalaureate origin is an HBCU, by race and ethnicity: 2007–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-4 U.S. citizen and permanent resident S&E doctorate recipients who reported earning college credit from a community or 2-year college, by race and ethnicity: 2007–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-5 Community college attendance among recent recipients of S&E bachelor's and master's degrees, by degree level and degree year: 1999–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-6 Community college attendance among recent recipients of S&E degrees, by sex, race, ethnicity, and citizenship status: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-7 Title IV Institutions, by distance education status, control, and level of institution: 2011–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-8 Net tuition and fees for full-time undergraduate students by institutional control: 2007–08 through 2012–13 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-9 Full-time S&E graduate students, by source and mechanism of primary support: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-10 Primary support mechanisms for S&E doctorate recipients, by 2010 Carnegie classification of doctorate-granting institution: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-11 Foreign students enrolled in U.S. higher education institutions, by broad field and academic level: 2008–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-12 Median number of years from entering graduate school to receipt of S&E doctorate, by 2010 Carnegie classification of doctorate-granting institution: 1997–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-13 Foreign recipients of U.S. S&E doctorates, by country/economy of origin: 1991–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-14 Asian recipients of U.S. S&E doctorates, by field and country/economy of origin: 1991–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-15 European recipients of U.S. S&E doctorates, by field and region/country of origin: 1991–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-16 North American, South American, and Middle Eastern recipients of U.S. S&E doctorates, by field and region/country of origin: 1991–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
2-17 Internationally mobile students in selected OECD countries and the United States: 2005 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file

3. Science and Engineering Labor Force

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3-1 Major sources of data on the U.S. labor force View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-2 Classification of degree fields and occupations View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-3 Measures and size of U.S. S&E workforce: 2010, 2011, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-4 Educational background of college graduates employed in S&E occupations, by broad S&E occupational category: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-5 Relationship of highest degree to job among S&E highest degree holders not in S&E occupations, by degree level: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-6 Employment sector of scientists and engineers, by broad occupational category and degree field: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-7 Self-employed scientists and engineers, by education, occupation, and type of business: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-8 Employment in S&E occupations, by major industry sector: May 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-9 Metropolitan areas with largest proportion of workers in S&E occupations: May 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-10 R&D activity rate of scientists and engineers employed in S&E occupations, by broad occupational category and level of highest degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-11 Scientists and engineers participating in work-related training, by labor force status and occupation: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-12 Alternative measures of labor underutilization View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-13 Scientists and engineers who are working involuntarily out of field, by S&E degree field: 1993–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-14 Annual earnings and earnings growth in science, technology, and related occupations: May 2009–May 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-15 Median salaries for employed college-educated individuals, by broad field of highest degree and broad occupational category: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-16 Labor market indicators for recent S&E degree recipients up to 5 years after receiving degree, by level and field of highest degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-17 Employment characteristics of recent SEH doctorate recipients up to 3 years after receiving doctorate, by field of degree: 2001–10 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-18 Employed SEH doctorate recipients holding tenure and tenure-track appointments at academic institutions, by field of and years since degree: 1993–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-19 Salaries for recent SEH doctorate recipients up to 5 years after receiving degree at selected percentiles, by field of degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-20 Median salaries for recent SEH doctorate recipients up to 5 years after receiving degree, by field of degree and employment sector: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-21 Median salaries for recent U.S. SEH doctorate recipients in postdoc and non-postdoc positions up to 5 years after receiving degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-22 Racial and ethnic distribution of employed individuals in S&E occupations, and of S&E degree holders, college graduates, and U.S. residents: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-23 Distribution of workers in S&E occupations, by race and ethnicity: 1993–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-24 Racial and ethnic distribution of employed individuals with S&E highest degree, by field of highest degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-25 Racial and ethnic distribution of employed individuals with S&E highest degree, by level of highest degree: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-26 Median annual salary among S&E highest degree holders working full time, by sex, race, and ethnicity: 1995, 2003, 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-27 Foreign-born workers in S&E occupations, by education level: Selected years, 2000–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-28 Annual salaries for new H-1B visa recipients, by occupation: FY 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-29 Five-year stay rates for U.S. S&E doctorate recipients with temporary visas at graduation, by selected country/region/economy: 2001–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
3-A Bureau of Labor Statistics projections of employment and job openings in S&E and other selected occupations: 2010–20 View HTML Table Download Excel file

4. Research and Development: National Trends and International Comparisons

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4-1 U.S. R&D expenditures, by performing sector and source of funding: 2006–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-2 Annual rates of growth in U.S. R&D expenditures, total and by performing sectors: 1991–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-3 U.S. R&D expenditures, by performing sector, source of funds, and character of work: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-4 International comparisons of gross domestic expenditures on R&D and R&D share of gross domestic product, by region/country/economy: 2011 or most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-5 Gross expenditures on R&D for selected countries, by performing sector and funding sources: 2011 or most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-6 Basic research as a share of gross expenditures on R&D, for selected countries: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-7 Funding sources for domestic business R&D performed: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-8 Domestic business R&D performance and funding from abroad for selected industries: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-9 R&D performed by majority-owned affiliates of foreign companies in the United States, by selected industry of affiliate and investor country: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-10 R&D performed abroad by majority-owned foreign affiliates of U.S. parent companies, by selected industry of affiliate and host region/country/economy: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-11 R&D performed abroad, shares, and R&D intensity of majority-owned foreign affiliates of U.S. parent companies, by selected host country: 2007 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-12 Share of manufacturing and nonmanufacturing in business R&D, by selected country: 2010 or most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-13 Federal obligations for R&D and R&D plant, by agency and performer: FY 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-14 Federal obligations for R&D, by agency and character of work: FY 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-15 Government R&D support by major socioeconomic objectives, for selected countries and years: 1990–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-16 Federal laboratory technology transfer activity indicators, total and selected U.S. agencies: FYs 2006 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-17 SBIR and STTR awards, number and funding, by type of award: Selected years, FYs 1983–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
4-A Top 10 U.S. states in R&D performance, by sector and intensity: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file

5. Academic Research and Development

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5-1 Federally financed higher education R&D expenditures funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, by institution type and control: FYs 2010–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-2 Higher education R&D expenditures, by source, character of work, and institutional control: FYs 2010–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-3 R&D expenditures in non-S&E fields at universities and colleges: FYs 2010–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-4 Top six federal agencies' shares of federally funded academic R&D expenditures: FYs 2003–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-5 Total and federally financed higher education R&D expenditures passed through to subrecipients, by institutional control: FY 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-6 Total and federally financed higher education R&D expenditures received as a subrecipient, by institutional control: FY 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-7 New construction of S&E research space in academic institutions, by field and time of construction: FYs 2002–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-8 Bandwidth at academic institutions: FYs 2005–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-9 Tenure status by field of doctorate: 1997 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-10 Tenure status of academically employed SEH doctorate holders, by age: 1997 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-11 Women as percentage of SEH doctorate holders employed in academia, by position: Selected years, 1973–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-12 Foreign-trained SEH doctorate holders employed in academia, by degree field and sex: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-13 Underrepresented minorities as percentage of SEH doctorate holders employed in academia, by position: Selected years, 1973–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-14 Academically employed SEH doctorate holders, by age: 1995 and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-15 SEH faculty reporting research as primary work activity, by years since doctorate and degree field: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-16 Full-time SEH graduate students and graduate research assistants at universities and colleges, by degree field: Selected years, 1973–2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-17 SEH doctorate holders with academic employment in postdoc position, by demographic group: Selected years, 1973–2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-18 SEH doctorate holders with academic employment in postdoc position, by Carnegie institution type and years since doctorate: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-19 Reasons for accepting postdoc position: 2008–10 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-20 S&E articles in all fields, by country/economy: 2001 and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-21 S&E research portfolios of selected regions/countries, by field: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-22 Share of U.S. S&E articles, by sector and field: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-23 International coauthorship of S&E articles with the United States, by selected country/economy: 2002 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-24 Index of international collaboration on S&E articles, by selected country/economy pair: 1997 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-25 U.S. sector articles coauthored with other U.S. sectors and foreign institutions: 2002 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-26 Relative citation index, by selected country/economy pair: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-27 Patent citations to S&E articles, by selected patent technology area and article field: 2003–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
5-A EPSCoR and EPSCoR-like program budgets, by agency: FYs 2001–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file

6. Industry, Technology, and the Global Marketplace

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6-1 ICT infrastructure and per capita income of selected developing economies: 2011 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-2 Employment and R&D for selected U.S. industries: 2012 or most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-3 India's and China's trade in commercial KI services: 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-4 U.S. and EU commercial KI services trade, by category: 2004, 2008, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-5 HT product exports, by selected region/country/economy: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-6 U.S. ATP trade in selected technology areas, by selected region/country/economy: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-7 USPTO patents granted for selected countries: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-8 USPTO patents granted in selected technology areas: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-9 Number of firms and employment of U.S. HT microbusinesses, by selected industries: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-10 U.S. venture capital investment, by selected financing stage and technology/industry: 2009–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-11 Government RD&D of selected developed countries in clean energy and nuclear technologies, by technology area: Selected years, 2004–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-12 U.S. government RD&D expenditures on clean energy and nuclear technologies: 2007–11 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-13 USPTO patents granted in alternative-energy and pollution-control technologies, by technology area: Selected years, 1997–2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-14 Patenting activity in alternative-energy and pollution-control technologies, by selected country/economy: 2009–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-A Global value added for selected industries, by selected region/country/economy: 1997, 2006, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-B Global value added for manufacturing industries, by selected technology level and selected region/country/economy: Selected years, 1997–2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
6-C U.S. trade balance in iPhones, by selected country/economy View HTML Table Download Excel file

7. Science and Technology: Public Attitudes and Understanding

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7-1 News followed "very closely" by American public: 1996–2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-2 Traditional media coverage of science and technology, by topic area: 2007–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-3 Leading traditional media story lines on science and technology, by topic area: 2011 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-4 Leading nightly news story lines on science and technology, by topic area: 2011 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-5 Most-discussed subjects in the new media: 2011 and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-6 Visits to informal science and other cultural institutions, by country/region: Most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-7 Correct answers to factual knowledge and scientific process questions in physical and biological sciences, by sex: 1999–2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-8 Correct answers to factual knowledge questions in physical and biological sciences, by country/region: Most recent year View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-9 Correct answers to scientific process questions: Selected years, 1999–2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-10 Public perceptions of science and engineering occupations: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
7-11 Public perceptions of degree to which certain fields and work activities are scientific: 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file

8. State Indicators

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8-1 Average fourth grade mathematics performance, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-2 Students reaching proficiency in fourth grade mathematics, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-3 Average fourth grade science performance, by state: 2009 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-4 Students reaching proficiency in fourth grade science, by state: 2009 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-5 Average eighth grade mathematics performance, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-6 Students reaching proficiency in eighth grade mathematics, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-7 Average eighth grade science performance, by state: 2009 and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-8 Students reaching proficiency in eighth grade science, by state: 2009 and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-9 Public school teacher salaries, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-10 Elementary and secondary public school expenditures as a percentage of gross domestic product, by state: 2000, 2005, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-11 Expenditures per pupil for elementary and secondary public schools, by state: 2000, 2005, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-12 Public high school students taking Advanced Placement Exams, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-13 Public high school students scoring 3 or higher on at least one Advanced Placement Exam, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-14 Public high school students scoring 3 or higher on Advanced Placement Calculus AB Exam, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-15 High school graduates or higher among individuals 25–44 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-16 Associate's degrees in science, engineering, and technology conferred per 1,000 individuals 18–24 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-17 Bachelor's degrees conferred per 1,000 individuals 18–24 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-18 Bachelor's degrees in science and engineering conferred per 1,000 individuals 18–24 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-19 Bachelor's degrees in natural sciences and engineering conferred per 1,000 individuals 18–24 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-20 Science and engineering degrees as a percentage of higher education degrees conferred, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-21 Natural sciences and engineering degrees as a percentage of higher education degrees conferred, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-22 Science and engineering graduate students per 1,000 individuals 25–34 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-23 Advanced science and engineering degrees as a percentage of S&E degrees conferred, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-24 Advanced natural sciences and engineering degrees as a percentage of NS&E degrees conferred, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-25 Science and engineering doctoral degrees as a percentage of S&E degrees conferred, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-26 Average undergraduate charge at public 4-year institutions, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-27 Average undergraduate charge at public 4-year institutions as a percentage of disposable personal income, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-28 Appropriations of state tax funds for operating expenses of higher education as a percentage of gross domestic product, by state: 2004, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-29 State expenditures on student aid per full-time undergraduate student, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-30 State funding for major public research universities per full-time equivalent student: 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-31 Postsecondary degree holders among individuals 25–44 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-32 Bachelor's degree holders among individuals 25–44 years old, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-33 Bachelor's degree holders potentially in the workforce, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-34 Individuals in science and engineering occupations as a percentage of all occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-35 Employed science and engineering doctorate holders as a percentage of the workforce, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-36 Engineers as a percentage of all occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-37 Life and physical scientists as a percentage of all occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-38 Computer specialists as a percentage of all occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-39 Technical workers as a percentage of all occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-40 R&D as a percentage of gross domestic product, by state: 2000, 2005, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-41 Federal R&D obligations per employed worker, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-42 Federal R&D obligations per individual in science and engineering occupation, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-43 State agency R&D expenditures per $1 million of gross domestic product, by state: 2006, 2009, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-44 State agency R&D expenditures per employed worker, by state: 2006, 2009, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-45 State agency R&D expenditures per individual in science and engineering occupation, by state: 2006, 2009, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-46 Business-performed domestic R&D as a percentage of private-industry output, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2011 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-47 Academic science and engineering R&D per $1,000 of gross domestic product, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-48 Science and engineering doctorates conferred per 1,000 employed S&E doctorate holders, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-49 Academic science and engineering article output per 1,000 S&E doctorate holders in academia, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-50 Academic science and engineering article output per $1 million of academic S&E R&D, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-51 Academic patents awarded per 1,000 science and engineering doctorate holders in academia, by state: 2001, 2006, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-52 Patents awarded per 1,000 individuals in science and engineering occupations, by state: 2003, 2008, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-53 High-technology establishments as a percentage of all business establishments, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-54 Net high-technology business formations as a percentage of all business establishments, by state: 2004, 2007, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-55 Employment in high-technology establishments as a percentage of total employment, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-56 Average annual federal Small Business Innovation Research funding per $1 million of gross domestic product, by state: 2002–04, 2006–08, and 2010–12 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-57 Venture capital disbursed per $1,000 of gross domestic product, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-58 Venture capital deals as a percentage of high-technology business establishments, by state: 2003, 2007, and 2010 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-59 Venture capital disbursed per venture capital deal, by state: 2002, 2007, and 2012 View HTML Table Download Excel file
8-A NAICS codes that constitute high-technology industries View HTML Table Download Excel file
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