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Pennsylvania researchers rake in $1.4 billion through NIH grant funding, making them one of the top-funded states in the nation. (You’d think with a place called “Bucks County” they wouldn’t need money, but it seems that is not the case.) Plenty of that funding goes toward various efforts in systems biology. To compile this chart, GT sorted through the grants to find ones clearly related to the disciplines under the systems biology umbrella, and for the sake of space, selected the institutes with the most funding.

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