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Facts & Figures For Chemical R&D
October 30, 2000
Volume 78, Number 44
CENEAR 78 44 p.38
ISSN 0009-2347
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Janice R. Long, Sophie L. Wilkinson, and Pamela S. Zurer
C&EN Washington

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Spending on R&D--with emphasis on chemistry and chemical engineering--by the federal government and its various agencies. Distribution of funds among development and basic and applied research.

How much companies spend on R&D, particularly within the chemical industry. Where industrial chemists work and how much they are paid. Patent activity of U.S. chemical firms.

Sources of academic R&D funds. Which schools spend the most for chemistry and chemical engineering. Spending on research equipment. Numbers of graduate students and postdoctoral appointees.

U.S. R&D efforts--as percentage of GDP and as dollars spent--compared with those of Japan, Germany, France, the U.K., Italy, and Canada. Origin of chemical literature and of U.S. chemical and biotechnology patents.

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