Scienceogram: UK R&D, 2003–20 (Autumn Statement 2016 edition)
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200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014201520162017201820192020
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Budgets (in 2015 GBP)
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Total ‘Science Budget’£4,976,648,738£5,214,669,427£5,787,458,768£5,973,045,473£5,704,580,097£5,854,719,497£6,125,928,659£6,042,717,805£5,878,232,090£5,612,235,036£5,992,936,560£5,867,540,600£5,801,000,000£5,749,960,435£5,663,444,981£5,574,161,746£5,490,924,186£5,405,023,712
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Non-military departmental R&D£2,714,074,490£2,310,202,552£2,369,734,628£2,246,774,116£2,165,775,704£2,302,567,543£2,446,432,663£2,328,515,189£2,462,202,876£2,527,846,365£2,848,967,116£2,816,781,000£2,805,000,000£2,774,480,712£2,722,748,491£2,669,361,266£2,619,589,073£2,568,224,582
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MoD R&D£2,705,196,676£2,712,569,021£2,704,994,794£2,488,085,621£2,443,351,387£2,211,486,723£1,916,882,838£1,824,237,026£1,379,509,633£1,518,788,351£1,547,486,259£1,711,156,800£1,704,000,000£1,685,459,941£1,654,033,308£1,621,601,282£1,591,365,341£1,560,162,099
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Indicative EU contribution£494,621,052£402,366,468£440,179,715£438,109,238£427,215,250£658,669,828£730,866,288£697,153,784£698,205,105£781,239,761£783,950,822£640,679,600£638,000,000£631,058,358£619,291,814£607,148,837£595,828,103£584,145,199
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RPIF£309,403,238£686,373,195£1,242,086,798£1,716,727,661
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Total R&D spend, per capita and %GDP
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Total R&D spending in real terms£10,890,540,957£10,639,807,468£11,302,367,904£11,146,014,448£10,740,922,438£11,027,443,591£11,220,110,447£10,892,623,804£10,418,149,705£10,440,109,512£11,173,340,758£11,036,158,000£10,948,000,000£10,840,959,446£10,968,921,830£11,158,646,326£11,539,793,500£11,834,283,252
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change on 2010-0.02%-2.32%3.76%2.33%-1.39%1.24%3.01%0.00%-4.36%-4.15%2.58%1.32%0.51%-0.47%0.70%2.44%5.94%8.64%
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R&D spending per capita£182.61£177.48£187.08£183.24£175.16£178.37£180.21£173.56£164.62£163.88£174.30£170.85£168.15£165.33£166.12£167.83£172.42£175.69
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change on 20105.22%2.26%7.79%5.58%0.92%2.77%3.83%0.00%-5.15%-5.58%0.42%-1.56%-3.12%-4.74%-4.29%-3.30%-0.66%1.23%
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R&D spending as a fraction of GDP0.69%0.66%0.68%0.65%0.61%0.63%0.67%0.64%0.61%0.60%0.63%0.60%0.59%0.57%0.56%0.56%0.57%0.57%
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change on 20107.50%2.45%5.68%1.68%-4.46%-1.28%4.98%0.00%-5.78%-6.80%-2.12%-6.20%-8.97%-11.31%-12.18%-12.50%-11.34%-10.94%
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Without RPIF
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£10,650,171,830£10,437,396,326£10,209,793,500£9,959,283,252
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-2.23%-4.18%-6.27%-8.57%
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£161.29£156.98£152.55£147.85
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-7.07%-9.55%-12.11%-14.81%
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0.55%0.53%0.50%0.48%
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-14.73%-18.15%-21.56%-25.05%
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UK population change on 201095%96%96%97%98%99%99%100%101%102%102%103%104%104%105%106%107%107%
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UK GDP change on 201093%95%98%101%103%103%98%100%102%103%105%108%110%112%115%117%119%122%
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Calculations and raw data
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Research Councils£2,259,000,000£2,408,000,000£2,871,000,000£3,014,000,000£2,742,000,000£3,024,000,000£3,196,000,000£3,280,000,000£3,280,000,000£3,183,000,000£3,543,000,000£3,446,000,000
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HEFCs£1,665,000,000£1,804,000,000£1,928,000,000£2,085,000,000£2,252,000,000£2,247,000,000£2,403,000,000£2,328,000,000£2,285,000,000£2,212,000,000£2,328,000,000£2,397,000,000
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Capital budget£1,110,000,000£1,122,210,000£1,143,531,990£1,166,402,630£1,188,564,280£1,212,335,565
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Resource budget£4,691,000,000£4,691,000,000£4,691,000,000£4,691,000,000£4,691,000,000£4,691,000,000
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Total ‘Science Budget’£3,924,000,000£4,212,000,000£4,799,000,000£5,099,000,000£4,994,000,000£5,271,000,000£5,599,000,000£5,608,000,000£5,565,000,000£5,395,000,000£5,871,000,000£5,843,000,000£5,801,000,000£5,813,210,000£5,834,531,990£5,857,402,630£5,879,564,280£5,903,335,565
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Non-military departmental R&D£2,140,000,000£1,866,000,000£1,965,000,000£1,918,000,000£1,896,000,000£2,073,000,000£2,236,000,000£2,161,000,000£2,331,000,000£2,430,000,000£2,791,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000£2,805,000,000
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MoD R&D£2,133,000,000£2,191,000,000£2,243,000,000£2,124,000,000£2,139,000,000£1,991,000,000£1,752,000,000£1,693,000,000£1,306,000,000£1,460,000,000£1,516,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000£1,704,000,000
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Indicative EU contribution£390,000,000£325,000,000£365,000,000£374,000,000£374,000,000£593,000,000£668,000,000£647,000,000£661,000,000£751,000,000£768,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000£638,000,000
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NPIF (calendar years)£318,750,000£721,250,000£1,330,000,000£1,875,000,000
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NPIF (financial years)£425,000,000£820,000,000£1,500,000,000£2,000,000,000
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UK GDP (cash terms)£1,242,450,000,000£1,304,870,000,000£1,379,460,000,000£1,455,640,000,000£1,530,890,000,000£1,564,250,000,000£1,519,460,000,000£1,572,439,000,000£1,628,274,000,000£1,675,044,000,000£1,739,563,000,000£1,822,480,000,000£1,870,693,000,000£1,922,200,000,000£2,001,500,000,000£2,084,400,000,000£2,167,900,000,000£2,257,500,000,000
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GDP Deflator, % change2.42.442.662.952.552.841.521.542.011.541.911.650.41.11.92.01.92.0
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GDP deflator, 2015 = 1.00.790.810.830.850.880.900.910.930.950.960.981.001.001.011.031.051.071.09
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UK GDP (2015 GBP)£1,575,748,528,212£1,615,495,179,332£1,663,589,887,879£1,705,158,641,268£1,748,715,383,461£1,737,477,703,124£1,662,458,217,507£1,694,330,446,370£1,719,923,176,798£1,742,491,311,034£1,775,692,505,816£1,830,134,416,000£1,870,693,000,000£1,901,285,855,589£1,942,809,662,894£1,983,606,638,813£2,024,601,480,093£2,066,940,104,370
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UK population (mid-year estimates)59,636,70059,950,40060,413,30060,827,10061,319,10061,823,80062,260,50062,759,50063,285,10063,705,00064,105,70064,596,80065,110,00065,572,40966,029,92866,486,82666,927,76567,359,640
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sources and assumptionsGDP/GDP deflator
https://www.gov.uk/government/statistics/gdp-deflators-at-market-prices-and-money-gdp-september-2016-quarterly-national-accounts
(figures in grey italics are OBR forecasts)
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UK populationhttp://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/populationandmigration/populationestimates/timeseries/ukpop/pop
https://www.ons.gov.uk/peoplepopulationandcommunity/populationandmigration/populationprojections/bulletins/nationalpopulationprojections/2015-10-29
(figures in grey italics are ONS projections)
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R&D funding, 2010–14http://www.ons.gov.uk/economy/governmentpublicsectorandtaxes/researchanddevelopmentexpenditure/bulletins/ukgovernmentexpenditureonscienceengineeringandtechnology/2014Actual funding from ONS SET Statistics. The ‘Science Budget’ in this period is taken to be the sum of Research Council and Higher Education Funding Councils.
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‘Science Budget’ capital and resource funding, 2015–20https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/science-and-research-funding-2015-to-2016 / https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/spending-review-and-autumn-statement-2015-documentsAssumed constant in real and cash terms, respectively, 2016–2020. The Global Challenges Research Fund is assumed to be transferred from other departments, primarily DFID, and is thus ignored. Data for financial years is approximated to calendar years.
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Non-military departmental and MoD, 2015–20Assumed constant in cash terms 2016–2020, based on 2014 figure. This is a significant assumption. Figures in grey italics.
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Indicative EU contributionAssumed constant in cash terms 2016–2020, based on 2014 figure. This is a significant assumption. Figures in grey italics.Data analysis by Scienceogram
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National Productivity Investment Fundhttps://www.gov.uk/government/publications/autumn-statement-2016-documents/autumn-statement-2016#national-productivity-investment-fundAnnounced in Autumn Statement 2016.http://sciencegram.org/
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