Top 20 National Science Foundation institutions, FY2012
The UI's Urbana-Champaign campus tops the list of institutions receiving NSF awards by more $30 million over its next-closest competitor:
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: $218.7 million.
Consortium for Ocean Leadership Inc., District of Columbia: $188.5 million.
University Corporation for Atmospheric Research, Colorado: $125.75 million.
University of Washington: $114.8 million.
Cornell University, New York: $113.4 million.
University of Wisconsin-Madison: $106 million.
University of California-Berkeley: $105.2 million.
Lockheed Martin Corp., Maryland: $97 million.
Columbia University, New York: $95 million.
California Institute of Technology: $94 million.
University of Texas at Austin: $91.5 million.
University of Colorado at Boulder: $87 million.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology: $83 million.
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities: $82.8 million.
University of Michigan-Ann Arbor: $80.2 million.
Stanford University, California: $76.6 million.
Pennsylvania State University: $75.1 million.
Associated Universities Inc./National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Virginia: $71.7 million.
Purdue University, Indiana: $71.6 million.
Raytheon Technical Services Co. LLC, Virginia: $70.9 million.
Source: National Science Foundation