RTI International ranks 6th among best employers for midsize companies

Forbes magazine ranked RTI among its America's Best Employers list for midsize companies for 2016.

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Studying whether Zika can be transmitted through the air

We're studying whether the virus can be transmitted through the air via coughing or sneezing.

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Identifying racial bias in traffic stops

We conducted a study that found black male drivers disproportionately pulled over in traffic stops by Durham Police Department.

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Leading initiatives to combat Zika

We've launched a series of initiatives to help world leaders combat this health crisis.

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Read Our 2015 Annual Report

Highlights from key projects and research studies around the world that are changing lives and advancing science, policy, and practice.

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Surveying campus sexual assault rates

We found the percentage of undergraduate women at 9 colleges who were sexually assaulted during 2014-2015 academic year varied considerably.

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Addressing domestic minor sex trafficking

We found criminal justice responses to domestic minor sex trafficking often do more harm than good.

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Researching treatment for depression

We found cognitive behavioral therapy can be as effective as second-generation antidepressants to treat major depressive disorder.

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Evaluating effectiveness of activity trackers

We found activity trackers are better at counting steps than measuring sleep.

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Improving crime reporting among U.S. law enforcement agencies

We are working with BJS to increase the number of agencies participating in a national system of incident-based crime reporting.

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Researching e-cigarettes

We've combined our expertise to better understand the effects of e-cigarette usage and public health implications.

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