University of Wisconsin-Madison: UW–Madison increases research expenditures by $67 million, retains top 10 national research ranking
The National Science Foundation has released its 2020 fiscal year Higher Education Research and Development (HERD) data and the University of Wisconsin–Madison has again ranked 8th in the national research rankings for public and private universities. UW–Madison ranked 8th in the last survey covering the 2019 fiscal year.

Data on UW–Madison’s 2020 research expenditures show that between July 2019 and the end of June 2020, the university increased its annual expenditures over the previous year, reporting over $1.3 billion in annual expenditures for research across all fields, about half of which comes from federal awards. That is an increase of nearly $67 million from fiscal year 2019.


Ken Notes: Now we need to focus on keeping the results in the State. We need more Exact Sciences in the State...

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