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[IWS] NSF: BUSINESS R&D PERFORMANCE IN THE U.S. INCREASED IN 2011 [19 September 2013]
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National Science Foundation (NSF)
InfoBrief NSF 13-335
Business R&D Performance in the United States Increased in 2011 [19 September 2013]
[full-text, 6 pages]
Companies spent $294 billion on research and development performed in the United States during 2011, compared with $279 billion during 2010 (table 1). Funding from the companies’ own sources was $222 billion during 2010 and $239 billion during 2011; funding from other sources was $57 billion in 2010 and $55 billion in 2011 (table 2). Data for this InfoBrief are from the Business R&D and Innovation Survey (BRDIS), which was developed and cosponsored by the National Science Foundation and Census Bureau.
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