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Richard Martin shares how bottom-up decentralisation, local autonomy and community governing is transforming the Democratic Republic of the Congo
More than $100 million in federal money – the equivalent of the annual budget for a small city – is headed to the Triangle to help university researchers turn basic scientific discoveries into advances in patient care.
In what is the largest grant in Georgia State University history, the School of Public Health and its partners will receive $19 million over five years from the U.S.
RTI International looks at partnerships strategically. For the U.S.-based nonprofit, the success of any organization working in international development depends on the nature, quality and types of collaboration it develops.
RTI International is making a play in the maps space. Sort of. The Research Triangle Park-based international research firm has created a new web-based mapping site that acts as an interactive Census.
Researchers Receive Grant to Accelerate Development of Mobile Seizure Alert System for Epilepsy Patients
Approximately 2 million people, including 400,000 children, in the United States are being treated for epilepsy, and one-third continue to have seizures despite treatment.
A group of researchers in the US have announced that work is underway to develop a mobile device capable of alerting an epilepsy patient’s carers when a seizure is about to occur.
Foreign aid may be “going local,” but much more needs to be done to create the right conditions for local partnerships to take hold and succeed in the long run.
Fear - or planning to help prevent fear and mass infections - led to its creation. But the end result is a new dimension in mapping, and the web-based tool was created in RTP at RTI International.