University of Florida Ranks Among Top 25 Universities With $1.085 Billion in 2022 Research Expenditures

The University of Florida’s $1.085 billion in research expenditures in fiscal year 2022 placed it 25th among all U.S. universities, up from 27th in 2021, in a new national ranking of R&D spending by the National Science Foundation. UF was 15th among public universities, up from 16th.

“UF uses research funding from federal, state and private sponsors to address the most important opportunities and challenges facing our state, the nation and the world,” said David Norton, UF’s vice president for research. “Our research faculty, students and staff are seeking cures for diseases, improving crops to feed the world, unraveling the mysteries of the universe, and developing technologies that will drive tomorrow’s economic and national security.”

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