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Oregon State University receives more than 60 percent of the federal and private research funding given to the Oregon University System. The College of Agricultural Sciences received an additional $11 million and is rated number one nationally for the frequency with which peer scientists in published studies cite its research. 

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  • 2018 Total R&D Expenditures$272,433,000
  • Ranked 87th in Total R&D Expenditures
  • 2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $135,466,000
  • 2020 Total NIH funding: $22,404,017
  • OSU's Board has approved $11M to expand and upgrade research capabilities at the 103k sqft research lab building at 4575 SW Research Way.
  • OSU researchers received $10M in 2020 from the NIH, to establish the Center of Excellence in Genomic Studies.  The Center will research and develop tools to modernize how medical knowledge about genetic conditions is captured, stored and exchanged.
  • Researchers at OSU were awarded $5.9M in 2020 from the NIH to study how environmental exposure to chemicals affects human health.
  • Researchers at OSU received $2.9 million to research the health risks of exposure to polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), substances that are formed from the burning of coal, petroleum products, and tobacco.

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