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University of Florida climbs to 14th among public universities with $791 million in research

Gator88NEGator88NE Registered User Posts: 6,236 Senior Member
A new report from the National Science Foundation shows the University of Florida’s record $791 million in research expenditures in 2016 pushed it from 16th to 14th among public universities in a national ranking of R&D spending.
UF’s overall increase was bolstered by gains from its two largest federal funding agencies: the Department of Health and Human Services and the National Science Foundation. The university reported $161 million in HHS projects, up from $155 million in 2015, which pushed its rank from 23rd to 21st among public universities and from 45th to 43rd among all universities. With nearly $44.7 million in NSF funding, UF ranked 25th among publics, up from 26th in 2015.

Among all universities, public and private, UF placed 24th in 2016 compared with 25th in 2015. Other ranked institutions include the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill at 11th, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology at 14th, Cornell University at 13th, the University of California, Berkeley at 26th, Washington University in St. Louis at 28th and Vanderbilt University at 31st.

Among other Florida State University System institutions, the University of South Florida in Tampa ranked 46th, Florida State University was 82nd and the University of Central Florida was 91st.

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