University of Florida Ranks 15th Among Public Universities With $865 Million in 2018 Research Expenditures (UF News)

University of Florida Ranks 15th Among Public Universities With $865 Million in 2018 Research Expenditures

The University of Florida’s record $865 million in research expenditures in 2018 placed it 15th among public universities in a national ranking of R&D spending, a new report from the National Science Foundation shows.

The statistics are based on NSF’s annual Higher Education Research and Development, or HERD, survey, which compiles research expenditure data from more than 600 higher education institutions in the United States.

“Growth in research expenditures reflects UF’s high national stature,” said David Norton, UF’s vice president for research. “The funding supports our faculty’s efforts to find cures for diseases, improve and develop new crops to feed the world, probe the mysteries of the universe and understand the human spirit.”

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