Indicators 1998

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Cover Science and Engineering Indicators, 1998 Cover
Figure 1-14. Average number of topics in mathematics textbooks in Germany, Japan, and the United States, by grade: 1994-95
Figure 1-15. Average number of topics in general science textbooks in Germany, Japan, and the United States, by grade: 1994-95
Figure 1-21. Percentage of public secondary students taught by teachers without at least a minor in the field, by school poverty enrollment: 1993-94
Figure 2-20. Foreign-born S&E faculty in U.S. higher education, by field: 1993
Figure 3-06. Proportion of women in the S&E workforce, by broad occupation: 1995
Figure 3-08. Median annual salaries of employed scientists and engineers, by broad occupation and sex: 1995
Figure 3-13. Scientists and engineers engaged in R&D per 10,000 labor force, by country
Figure 4-1. National R&D funding, by source
Figure 4-5. U.S. industrial R&D expenditures, by source of funds
Figure 4-21. R&D as a percentage of GDP for G-7 countries
Figure 4-23. R&D expenditures, by country, performer, and source: Mid-1990s
Figure 4-33. Balance in U.S. and foreign industrial R&D investment flows
Figure 4-34. U.S. flows of industrial R&D, by world region
Figure 5-4. Academic R&D expenditures, by field
Figure 5-10. Academic doctoral scientists and engineers, by type of position
Figure 5-15. Number of recent Ph.D.s in academic S&E, by type of position
Figure 5-30. Number of citations on U.S. patents to U.S. scientific and technical articles
Figure 6-17. U.S. patents granted to foreign inventors, by nationality of inventor
Figure 7-3. Indices of public informedness on selected policy issues
Figure 7-6. Public understanding of scientific terms and concepts: 1997
Figures 7-13 & 7-15. Public assessment of scientific research & Public assessment of genetic engineering
Figure 7-20. Percentage of adults with access to a computer at work or home, by educational level
Figure 8-9. Percentage of workers who use a computer at work, by selected industry: 1993
Figure 8-24. Proportion of adults who use computers at home and at work, by level of formal education: 1997
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