The best cities for the business of science and math and the best places for the tech sector were named on the 2017-2018 Academy of Science, Engineering and Medicine (ASEM) survey.
The survey is a joint effort of the Academy of Arts and Sciences and the Association for Advancement of Science.
The data from the survey was collected by the Academy and the ASEM Research and Analytics Group.
The winners were selected by a panel of experts from both organizations.
The survey asked 1,700 scientists, engineers, statisticians and other experts to choose the top 100 most populous cities in the United States.
The top 100 cities are based on the total population of the United Kingdom, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates.
The top 100 are based primarily on the population density of the city, but they also take into account the size of the metropolitan area and how many people live there.
They also consider how much technology is available in the area, the cost of living and the diversity of the population.
“There are many places that are really good, but in some cases they’re not good enough to get on the list,” said Dan Graziano, director of the American Institute for Research on Aging.
“We were hoping to get a list that would make it to the top of the list.”
The top cities in terms of science quality for the Academy were in the Midwest and Northeast, which are both highly populated with universities, colleges and universities.
The Northeast is the most populated of the top 10.
The Top 20 cities in science quality were in Virginia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Missouri and Kentucky.
The best cities to live in for the technology sector were in California, Oregon, Washington and Alaska, where the economy is growing.
The technology sector is estimated to employ some 15.6 million people globally, up 2.3 percent from 2016.
The study is based on a nationally representative sample of 1,300 people and is being released in two parts.
The first is a report on the top 20 best places in the U.S. for the 2017–2018 Academy Awards, which will be presented on Feb. 28 at the Academy’s annual meeting in Orlando.
The second is a list of the Top 10 best cities in STEM fields.
The study looks at a broader measure of economic vitality.
The Academy is a nonprofit organization that provides support for science, technology, engineering and mathematics education and research in higher education.