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A key study in the national debate about campus sexual assault was published in 2007. RTI International, with funding from the National Institute of Justice, surveyed 5,446 undergraduate women at two large public universities.
Electronic cigarette "vapors" are made of small particles containing chemicals that may cause or worsen acute respiratory diseases, including asthma and bronchitis, among youth, according to a new study by RTI International.
Founded in 2000 as a venture-backed spinoff of RTI International, the company has been issued more than 40 U.S. patents and more than 35 international patents, with more than 50 U.S. and international patent applications pending.
Researchers from RTI International analyzed particles expended from electronic cigarettes in a cellular model, and reported that some chemicals caused acute toxicity or lung damage observed with traditional tobacco smoke.
Launched in late 2012, the five-year Reading for Ethiopia’s Achievement Developed-Technical Assistance program, implemented by Research Triangle Institute, is making major progress.
Other federally-sponsored research on e-cigarettes in the area includes several projects at RTI International at Research Triangle Park, valued at about $3 million.
The success of the NSTIC pilots will be determined by analysis conducted by nonprofit RTI International, funded with $300,000 from NIST.
The White House is leading efforts for a new authentication system that would have users prove their identity with a single ID across the Web. And states are starting to pilot the system.
A U.S. Department of Justice survey was conducted in 2011-12 by RTI International of 92,449 inmates, including 1,738 interviews of juveniles ages 16 and 17 in jails and prisons and other detention facilities across the country.
Effective use of Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) can prevent transmission of malaria in regions with highest level of the disease, RTI International has said.