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A National Science Foundation (NSF) study found that 73%of the science papers cited in industry patents were fundedby taxpayers through the federal government, especiallyuniversity research operations.
New Jersey received $1.495 billion in federal prime awardR&D contracts in FY 2010, with approximately 2,070transactions taking place.
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Top 5 Federally-Funded R&D Contract Product or Service Types Spent in New Jersey FY 2010 
Top 5 Recipients of Federal R&D Contracts (not Grants)
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Top 5 Contracting Agencies for New Jersey R&DInvestments During FY 2010 
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Federal R&D Expenditures as Percentage of GDP Compared to Strategic Competitors 1996 - 2007 
Science & Engineering R&D Fuels U.S. Economic Growth & New Jobs
National Science Foundation (NSF)New Jersey Investments During FY 2010
Fueling New Jersey’s 21st Century Workforce:Federal R&D Expenditures at New Jersey Universities & Colleges FY 2008 
New Jersey’s colleges and universities received $876.7 million infederal R&D spending in FY 2008, making it 19th in the nation.
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(except Corps of Engineers Civil ProgramFinancing)
$128,742,382(9%)5.U.S. Customs Service$116,403,546(8%)1.Defense Miss. & SpaceSyst. R&D$322,169,844(22%)2.Services Mgmt. R&D$141,294,023(9%)3.Services — Op. Syst. R&D$120,469,399(8%)4.Defense Miss. & SpaceOp. Syst. R&D$103,776,738(7%)5.Construction — Mgmt. &Suppt. (R&D)$97,619,302(7%)

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