Table 8-49
Academic science and engineering article output per $1 million of academic S&E R&D, by state: 2000, 2004, and 2009
 
  Academic S&E article output   Academic S&E R&D ($millions)   Academic articles/$1 million academic R&D
State 2000 2004 2009   2000 2004 2009   2000 2004 2009
 
United States 136,897 142,320 162,687   29,980 43,143 54,802   4.57 3.30 2.97
Alabama 1,714 1,760 1,833   428 572 762   4.00 3.08 2.41
Alaska 167 180 256   107 146 133   1.55 1.23 1.93
Arizona 2,059 2,092 2,478   466 651 873   4.42 3.21 2.84
Arkansas 543 626 710   131 183 240   4.15 3.42 2.96
California 16,962 17,873 20,722   4,053 6,013 7,406   4.19 2.97 2.80
Colorado 2,381 2,360 2,900   544 771 1,058   4.38 3.06 2.74
Connecticut 2,659 2,718 3,006   468 649 753   5.68 4.19 3.99
Delaware 492 560 621   78 115 134   6.29 4.87 4.64
District of Columbia 1,074 999 1,083   246 303 326   4.37 3.30 3.32
Florida 4,029 4,503 5,604   852 1,307 1,664   4.73 3.45 3.37
Georgia 3,072 3,570 4,210   927 1,222 1,566   3.31 2.92 2.69
Hawaii 528 538 680   161 241 300   3.27 2.23 2.27
Idaho 265 304 351   74 117 121   3.59 2.60 2.91
Illinois 6,466 6,682 7,513   1,171 1,713 2,113   5.52 3.90 3.56
Indiana 2,871 2,854 3,507   509 841 1,005   5.64 3.39 3.49
Iowa 2,094 2,033 2,109   418 532 563   5.01 3.82 3.75
Kansas 1,219 1,118 1,283   258 333 441   4.72 3.36 2.91
Kentucky 1,282 1,356 1,500   274 424 540   4.67 3.20 2.78
Louisiana 1,716 1,689 1,718   399 559 671   4.30 3.02 2.56
Maine 255 251 287   58 99 128   4.41 2.53 2.24
Maryland 4,457 4,728 5,127   1,508 2,268 3,021   2.96 2.08 1.70
Massachusetts 8,957 9,249 10,490   1,486 2,000 2,463   6.03 4.62 4.26
Michigan 4,609 4,870 5,888   996 1,397 1,742   4.63 3.49 3.38
Minnesota 2,147 2,238 2,519   416 535 758   5.16 4.18 3.32
Mississippi 614 689 859   217 348 417   2.83 1.98 2.06
Missouri 2,933 2,940 3,376   614 842 1,009   4.78 3.49 3.35
Montana 295 323 380   99 155 182   2.98 2.08 2.09
Nebraska 934 1,035 1,002   208 325 394   4.48 3.19 2.55
Nevada 400 393 536   106 164 182   3.76 2.40 2.95
New Hampshire 558 656 661   151 277 298   3.70 2.37 2.22
New Jersey 2,856 2,860 3,195   568 805 914   5.03 3.55 3.50
New Mexico 765 757 791   246 304 435   3.11 2.49 1.82
New York 11,535 11,820 13,019   2,291 3,352 4,225   5.04 3.53 3.08
North Carolina 4,851 5,133 5,989   1,040 1,447 2,161   4.66 3.55 2.77
North Dakota 236 323 345   67 152 186   3.50 2.13 1.86
Ohio 4,801 4,976 5,364   919 1,320 1,895   5.23 3.77 2.83
Oklahoma 849 897 1,101   252 283 336   3.36 3.17 3.28
Oregon 1,600 1,637 1,860   346 505 637   4.62 3.24 2.92
Pennsylvania 7,649 7,870 9,071   1,549 2,208 2,722   4.94 3.56 3.33
Rhode Island 826 838 982   130 192 246   6.37 4.36 3.99
South Carolina 1,219 1,364 1,507   294 456 612   4.14 2.99 2.46
South Dakota 131 149 207   27 59 102   4.80 2.52 2.02
Tennessee 2,141 2,249 2,717   405 658 833   5.29 3.42 3.26
Texas 8,433 8,924 10,335   2,040 2,879 3,984   4.13 3.10 2.59
Utah 1,491 1,427 1,723   308 407 500   4.84 3.51 3.44
Vermont 390 383 426   65 116 125   6.02 3.30 3.41
Virginia 2,845 2,835 3,439   588 849 1,088   4.84 3.34 3.16
Washington 3,153 3,168 3,386   643 897 1,084   4.90 3.53 3.12
West Virginia 359 352 470   73 135 174   4.89 2.60 2.69
Wisconsin 2,845 2,967 3,318   661 957 1,204   4.30 3.10 2.76
Wyoming 173 202 232   43 60 78   4.01 3.36 2.98
                       
Puerto Rico 191 215 282   75 NA 105   2.56 NA 2.67
 

NA = not available

NOTE: Academic R&D expenditures reported in current dollars.

SOURCES: The Patent Board™, special tabulations (2011) from Thomson Reuters, Science Citation Index and Social Sciences Citation Index, http://thomsonreuters.com/products_services/science/; National Science Foundation, National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, Academic R&D Expenditures.

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