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In response to the recent spread of the Zika virus, RTI International is launching of series of initiatives to help world leaders combat this health crisis.
RTI International has earned re-accreditation as a CEO Cancer Gold Standard employer for yet another year, demonstrating ongoing efforts to provide a healthy work environment for all staff members.
Aaron Williams, who has led RTI’s International Development Group (IDG) since 2012, will become executive vice president of Government Relations and Corporate Communications. Paul Weisenfeld will take over as executive vice president of IDG.
RTI International and its staff members donated $71,250 to the American Red Cross Relief Fund for Nepal earthquake victims.
RTI International and Duke University have launched a new partnership to provide seed funding to projects that join researchers from both institutions. The Funds Launching Alliances for Research Exploration initiative aims to create new collaborations between Duke and RTI in areas not currently...
RTI International completes key operational milestone for DOE-funded warm syngas cleanup and carbon capture technology at Tampa Electric Company
Last Friday, the U.S. Department of Energy joined RTI International and Tampa Electric Company to recognize a key operational milestone for a large demonstration-scale application of RTI's warm synthesis gas (syngas) desulfurization process technology at Tampa Electric Company's coal...
To help India address its enduring and emerging development challenges, RTI International established a permanent presence in the country, a wholly owned subsidiary, Research Triangle Institute Global India Private Limited.
Wayne Holden, Ph.D., president and CEO of RTI International, has been named Triangle Global Health Champion by the Triangle Global Health Consortium.
Terri L. Lomax, Ph.D. has been named executive vice president of Discovery-Science-Technology at RTI International starting in December 2014.
RTI International today celebrated the grand opening of its newly renovated Research Operations Center in Raleigh, which employs 450 data collection specialists and 40 supervisors.
RTI International today announced that it entered into an agreement to acquire the education research firm MPR Associates, Inc., based in Berkeley, Calif., with offices in Washington, D.C., and Portland, Ore.
RTI International and its staff members have donated $116,200 to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund for Hurricane Sandy.
As a signal of its commitment to expanding its international reach, RTI International has opened a regional office in Nairobi, Kenya. The office will better support existing projects in Africa and the Middle East and allow RTI to pursue a broader range of opportunities in that important region...
Aaron Williams, former vice president of international business development at RTI International and, most recently, Director of the U.S. Peace Corps, will return to RTI as executive vice president of the International Development Group starting Monday, Oct. 29.
RTI International today dedicated the Victoria Franchetti Haynes Building on its main campus in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
Wayne Holden Joins Distinguished Experts to Discuss the Impact of Technology, Competition and Societal Polarization on Human Values
Wayne Holden, Ph.D., president and CEO of RTI International, will join a group of distinguished experts from a variety of fields in Washington, D.C., Sept. 7, to discuss the impact of modern life and technology on human and societal values.
The political dynamics of the presidential election year in the United States have made painfully clear the unsustainable size of our federal debt ($16 trillion) and rate of increase in deficit spending (to nearly $4 billion each day). Unfortunately, polarized politics in Washington, through our...
RTI International Awarded Grant to Develop Energy-Efficient Water Treatment Technology with Veolia, Duke
RTI International has been awarded a grant under the Innovative Manufacturing Initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy to develop a new process technology that will improve the energy efficiency associated with industrial water treatment in the U.S. manufacturing sector.
RTI International has opened an office in Beijing as part of an effort to expand RTI's work with existing U.S. government clients and U.S.-based multinational companies with operations in China.
The RTI International Board of Governors has selected RTI’s Executive Vice President of Social, Statistical and Environmental Sciences Wayne Holden to succeed Victoria Haynes as president and chief executive officer of RTI.