Federally Funded Research and Development Expenditures by Agency, 2003-04 to 2008-09
This chart shows the sources of federal research dollars at UC, as opposed to the sources of all research dollars (federal and non-federal) which are shown in Indicator 68.
Almost two-thirds (64 percent) of the University's federal research awards in 2008-09 came from Health and Human Services (HHS), primarily through its affiliate, the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
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Source: National Science Foundation Research and Development Expenditures Survey.
Figures are in thousands of inflation-adjusted 2008-09. Key: HHS=Health and Human Services; NSF=National Science Foundation; DOD=Department of Defense; DOE=Department of Energy; NASA=National Aeronautics and Space Administration; USDA=United States Department of Agriculture.
Data include direct and indirect costs (both reimbursed and unreimbursed). Direct research expenditures go directly to the principal investigator in support of a specific research project; indirect research expenditures provide additional support to the University for the research infrastructure, such as maintaining buildings and research space, providing for technological infrastructure, libraries, utility costs, etc.
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