Data Brief

A Quantitative Assessment of Department of Defense S&T Publication Collaborations

Emelia Probasco

Autumn Toney

June 2024

While the effects of the U.S. Department of Defense’s broad investments in research and development go far beyond what is publicly disclosed, authors affiliated with the DOD do publish papers about their research. This analysis examines more than 100,000 papers by DOD-affiliated authors since 2000 and offers insight into the patterns of research publication and collaboration by the DOD.

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