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DREP R&D

  1. 1. UNIVERSITY & COLLEGE, R&D Top Five Universities & Colleges Top Patenting U.S. Universities, 2006 by Total R&D Expenditures, 2007 (in thousands) University Expenditure University # of Patents Industry capabilities of the Detroit Region John Hopkins University $1,554103 University of California 390 University of California, San Francisco $842,840 Massachusetts Institute of Technology California Institute of Technology 136 101 Introduction University of Wisconsin, Madison $840,672 Stanford University 90 • 70 percent of the research performed at Michigan • In 2008, only seven countries surpassed Michigan University of California, Los Angeles $823,083 University of Texas 90 universities is conducted in the Detroit region. Life in patents granted. University of Michigan, All Campuses $808,672 University of Wisconsin 77 sciences research accounts for 63 percent of the research University of Michigan 71 conducted within the region’s universities. • In 2007, The University of Michigan ranked second Source: National Science Foundation in university R&D spending and was the seventh top John Hopkins University 71 • Michigan companies know innovation is the key to patenting university for 2006. University of Florida 64 returning Michigan to prosperity. In 2008, R&D spending Columbia University 57 stayed steady even while profits were down. • There are more than 1,800 companies conducting R&D in the Detroit region. Source: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. • Michigan ranks second in R&D intensity (R&D/GSP). R&D EXPENDITURES, Colleges & Universities Science & Engineering Field, 2007 Environmental Sciences PATENTS GRANTED, 2008 Michigan entrepreneurs file more than 3,000 patents annually and consistently rank in the top 10 states for patents granted. Life Sciences Michigan ranked sixth for patents granted in 2008. Math & Computer Sciences Physical Sciences Statutory Psychology Invention Totals Registration Social Sciences State Utility Design Plant Reissue (less SIRs) (SIR) Sciences, nec TOTAL, ALL U.S. STATES 77,501 13,713 433 333 91,980 20 Engineering California 19,181 2,776 180 73 22,200 2 Texas 5,712 448 2 22 6,184 0 Math & New York 4,885 993 4 23 5,905 0 All R&D Environmental Life Computer Physical Social Sciences Institution Expenditures Sciences Sciences Sciences Sciences Psychology Sciences nec Engineering Washington 3,517 626 5 10 4,158 0 Public Massachusetts 3,516 355 8 17 3,896 1 Eastern Michigan University $3,027 $15 $270 $103 $628 $98 $218 0 $1,695 Michigan 2,996 563 10 14 3,583 1 Oakland University $8,872 0 $2,742 $897 $2,169 $81 0 0 $2,983 Illinois 2,741 815 16 8 3,580 1 University of Michigan, all campuses $808,731 $11,897 $480,044 $12,320 $38,241 $10,301 $93,719 $471 $161,738 Wayne State University $235,186 $149 $187,060 $2,877 $15,975 $4,880 $5,584 $2,041 $16,620 New Jersey 2,722 506 11 8 3,247 0 Private $1,055,816 $12,061 $670,116 $16,197 $57,013 $15,360 $99,521 $2,512 $18,306 Ohio 2,227 910 4 12 3,153 3 Kettering University $2,209 0 0 0 $105 0 0 0 $2,104 Pennsylvania 2,414 424 6 6 2,850 0 Lawrence Technological University $2,001 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 $2,001 University of Detroit, Mercy $480 0 $92 0 $228 0 $25 0 $135 Note: This table displays counts of U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) patents granted in calendar year 2008 as broken out by patent type (utility, Totals $4,690 0 $92 0 $333 0 $25 0 $4,240 design, plant, and reissue patents and statutory invention registrations) and by state and country of origin. Detroit region $1,060,506 $12,061 $670,208 $16,197 $57,346 $15,360 $99,645 $2,512 $22,546 Michigan $1,509,953 $29,009 $898,874 $33,131 $126,810 $21,633 $134,146 $6,389 $259,961 Source: United State Patent and Trademark Office. Note: Dollars are in thousands . Source: National Science Foundation
  2. 2. TOP 20 R&D SPENDERS, 2008 FUNDS EXPENDED FOR INDUSTRIAL R&D, by state, 2007 Eleven of the 20 Global 1000 R&D top spenders increased R&D spending in 2008 despite a down economy. Top 10 R&D Performing States In addition, these 20 companies accounted for 26 percent of the R&D spending for all Global 1000 70,000 64,187 Headquarters Detroit Region R&D Spending Company Industry Region Location & Facility Type (in millions) 60,000 Toyota Japan Ann Arbor, Detroit & Plymouth Automotive $8,994 Nokia Europe Computing & Electronics $8,733 Roche Holding Europe Health $8,169 50,000 Microsoft North America Software & Internet $8,164 General Motors North America Detroit, Global Headquarters Automotive $8,000 Pfizer North America Kalamazoo, Michigan Health $7,945 40,000 Johnson & Johnson North America Health $7,577 Ford Motor Company North America Dearborn, Global Headquarters Automotive $7,300 Novartis Europe Health $7,217 30,000 Sanofi-Aventis Europe Health $6,695 19,488 GlaxoSmithKline Samsung Europe Asia Health Computing & Electronics $6,425 $6,413 20,000 17,892 15,738 13,889 IBM North America Computing & Electronics $6,337 12,687 11,362 10,916 10,387 9,444 Intel Siemens North America Europe Several facilities within the region Computing & Electronics Industrials $5,722 $5,680 10,000 Honda Asia Ann Arbor, Technical Center Automotive $5,603 Volkswagen Europe Auburn Hills, Regional Office Automotive $5,429 0 a AstraZeneca Europe Health $5,179 ts ey n as n s a k ut ni oi r ga to ni et Yo tic or rs x in lva ng Te us hi lif Je Cisco systems North America Computing & Electronics $5,153 ec Ill w ic hi sy Ca ch Ne nn w M as nn sa Panasonic Asia Computing & Electronics $5,152 Ne Co W Pe as M Source: Booz & Co. Beyond Borders: The Global Innovation 1000. DEFENSE RELATED INDUSTRIES - Detroit region, 2008 Facility City Website R & D COMPANIES & EMPLOYMENT, 2007 Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Ann Arbor glerl.noaa.gov U.S. Geological Survey, Biological Resources Division, Great Lakes Ann Arbor glsc.usgs.gov Michigan Science Center Veteran Affairs R&D Unit Ann Arbor research.va.gov NAICS # of # of Emp. Code Description Businesses U.S.D.A. Forestry Sciences Laboratory, Agriculture Research Lansing nrs.fs.fed.us/locations/ 54171 Research & Development in the Physical, Engineering & Life Sciences 317 33,129 Service 54172 Research & Development in the Social Sciences & Humanities 50 378 U.S.D.A. Forest Service R&D Work Site Houghton nrs.fs.fed.us/locations/ U.S.D.A. Avian Disease & Oncology Laboratory Lansing ars.usda.gov/main/site_main. Source: U.S. Bureau of the Census. htm?modecode=36-35-00-00 E.P.A. Large Lakes Research Station Grossle Ile epa.gov/med/grosseile_site/index.html D.O.I. Michigan District Office of Water Resources Lansing mi.water.usgs.gov/ National Spatial Data Infrastructure Partnership Office (Liaison for Lansing usgs.gov/state/state.asp INCUBATORS Michigan and the Great Lakes) D.O.D Tank-Automotive R&D & Engineering Center Warren tacom.army.mil TechTown is a 12-city block research and technology park that is part of Detroit's entrpreneurial village. TechTown techtownwsu.org Tech Town nurtures emerging high tech companies, creating new jobs and development. To take a virtual Source: Detroit Regional Chamber tour of tech town visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lz96yTI3f9I Life Science Innovation Center annarborusa.org Designed specifically for life science research and businesses. Macomb Oakland INCubator oakland.edu/ The focus of the INCubator is to advance the development of Defense & Homeland Security, Alternative macombouinc/ Energy and Advanced Manufacturing businesses in Michigan Michigan University muci.org Supports Michigan’s research institutions with commercialization efforts. Commericialization Iniative

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