Most innovative USA metros: 2000-2011


Source:  inc.com/magazine/201404/lydia-belanger/the-most-innovative-cities.html

Source: inc.com/magazine/201404/lydia-belanger/the-most-innovative-cities.html

Below is a list of the twenty most innovative metropolitan areas in the United States, based on the number of patents issued between 2000 and 2011. Most surprising is the absence of the Research Triangle of Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Denver-Boulder, Colorado; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and the Salt Lake City, Utah urban areas.

  1. Silicon Valley, California = 89,547
  2. New York City, New York = 61,587
  3. San Francisco-Oakland, California = 54,205
  4. Los Angeles, California = 49,193
  5. Boston-Cambridge, Massachusetts = 40,195
  6. Chicago, Illinois = 31,751
  7. Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota = 28,088
  8. Seattle, Washington = 26,359
  9. San Diego, California = 25,790
  10. Detroit-Ann Arbor, Michigan = 25,293
  11. Dallas- Fort Worth, Texas = 23,230
  12. Austin, Texas = 22,916
  13. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania = 22,481
  14. Houston, Texas = 21,035
  15. Portland, Oregon = 17,641
  16. Washington, DC-MD-VA = 16,061
  17. Boise, Idaho = 15,969
  18. Phoenix, Arizona = 14,438
  19. Rochester, New York = 14,407
  20. Atlanta, Georgia = 14,381

Source: inc.com/magazine/201404/lydia-belanger/the-most-innovative-cities.html

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