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What Can Drones Do?

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  • UNC-TV

February 24, 2015

Drones are quickly becoming more popular and more ubiquitous. What entered the public consciousness as a tool in the War on Terror has expanded its utility to law enforcement, research, filmmaking, recreation and even delivery.

Modest use of FAFSA list

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  • Inside Higher Ed

February 24, 2015

Some moderately selective colleges seem to reduce financial aid to students who have indicated they might have their heart set on those colleges -- but the practice does not appear widespread, according to a new study of the Free Application for Fede

Kansas senate considers eliminating food sales tax

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  • Seattle pi

February 23, 2015

The Kansas General Public Survey was funded by the Kansas Health Foundation and designed and analyzed by RTI International, an independent nonprofit research firm based in North Carolina.

RTI is reinventing the toilet

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  • News from RTP

February 22, 2015

The porcelain throne: some might call it the most important chair in their house. But, for 2.5 billion people across the globe, access to safe and sanitary toilets aren’t even an option.

RTI International organises symposium on cancer prevention in India

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  • The Pioneer

February 20, 2015

Research Triangle Institute India (RTI), one of the world's leading independent, nonprofit research and development organizations hosted a two day Symposium on "Cancer Prevention in India" along with the American Cancer Society, Public Health Foun

Concealed handguns mainly miss the mark as an answer to campus rape

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  • The Chronicle of Higher Education

February 19, 2015

The idea that such crimes will be reduced on campuses by letting women carry concealed weapons "ignores what we know about when and where sexual assault happens among college students," said Christopher P.