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Separately-budgeted expenditures for basic research, applied research, and development within institutions of higher education, excluding FFRDCs. 3 Separately-budgeted expenditures for basic research within institutions of higher education, excluding FFRDCs. 4 Separately-budgeted expenditures for basic research within institutions of higher education, excluding FFRDCs, as a percent of total national basic research expenditures. 5 Separately-budgeted expenditures for basic research within institutions of higher education, excluding FFRDCs, as a percent of total research expenditures-for basic research, applied research and development-within institutions of higher education.
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