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Research in Germany

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Research Activities

Universities and other higher education institutions offer a broad spectrum of research activities, including basic research, applied research and development. 32% of researchers work in the natural sciences and mathematics, 29% in the humanities and social sciences, 22% in engineering sciences, 15% in medical science and 3% in agricultural sciences. Roughly two thirds of the over 90, 000 researchers engaged in R&D work at universities. In addition, there are some 10, 000 funded doctoral students and more than 12, 000 scientists conducting research at university medical institutions.

Research Budget

Source: Federal Ministry of Education and Research

Gross domestic expenditure on research and development (GERD) at institutions of higher education totals approx. 13.5 billion euros (2011) and is borne by the public (81.2%), industry (13.9%) and international funding (4.8%) (2010).

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