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Study Shows Broad Impact of Science Spending

April 4, 2014
 

A study published in the journal Science Thursday documents a much broader economic impact for research grants than has commonly been believed. The study found, for example, that fewer than one in five workers supported by federal research funding are faculty members. In addition, the study found that universities that receive grants on average spend 70 percent of the funds with businesses outside their home state.

 

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