U.S. Census Bureau
|Agency||Funding (in thousands)||State Rank|
|National Institutes of Health||$1,004,412||7|
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention||$167,772||4|
|National Science Foundation||$194,131||5|
|Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality||$7,953||9|
|Research, Testing, and Laboratories||66,569||$74,581|
|Overall Private Sector||9,589,897||$54,223|
Battelle and Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO), Battelle/BIO State Bioscience Jobs, Investments and Innovation, 2016
United for Medical Research's 2016 study, shows that in 2015 NIH invested $1.004 billion in Texas, supporting 21,535 jobs.
For more information about research investments in Texas, see Research!America’s fact sheet here.
|Source of R&D Funding||Investment||State Rank|
Other: Non-profit, non-federal, other government
National Science Foundation, Science & Engineering Indicators, 2016