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Map: Research Around the World

The U of M is dedicated to broadening our understanding of the world as well as discovering solutions to its greatest challenges. The U is the ninth most active public research university in the United States, with $849 million in annual research expenditures, and our renowned researchers are not only conducting their work in the U.S. but across the globe as well. The map below shows just how much of the world they covered in 2013—84 nations (not including the U.S.) on all seven continents.


Research around the world - map

Source: International Travel for Research Purpose as registered with the Global Programs and Strategy Alliance, January – December 2013.

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Contributing Writer

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