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Connecticut has a nearly specialized employment concentration in the biosciences with two highly specialized subsectors - medical devices and equipment and drugs and pharmaceuticals. With $727 million in bioscience academic R&D expenditures, Connecticut's universities are advancing new discovery and technologies with a predominant focus in these life science fields - 79 percent of all academic R&D in the state compared with a 61 percent national average. The state's bioscience research complex is highly concentrated with per capita academic R&D and NIH funding that stands among the top tier across all states.

Source: Battelle/BIO State Bioscience Jobs, Investments and Innovation 2014.

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