Think this is more dependent on what the feds do.
Biden's budget talked about "Regional innovation hubs. The plan proposes $20 billion go toward creating at least ten “regional innovation hubs” and a “Community Revitalization Fund.” The hubs would “leverage private investment to fuel technology development, link urban and rural economies, and create new businesses in regions beyond the current handful of high-growth centers.”
A lot of the science/tech infrastructure is where it is because of the National laboratories and institutions created between WW2 and the 60s.
Duke + UNC are pretty good. I don't think this list changes much from year to year.