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After Volkswagen got caught cheating on its emissions tests, it triggered a different discussion - just what fuels are the cleanest ones to burn in the transportation sector.
When it comes to the cost of living, the Triangle has it pretty good. Goods are typically cheaper here than many other parts of the country.
Asian-Americans are the United States’ most successful minority, but they are complaining ever more vigorously about discrimination, especially in academia
It’s the ultimate irony — that parts of the oil sector and the environmental community agree that drilling should halt in the Alaskan waters, at least for now.
The need for more students to study in the various sciences has been stressed by the USAID Excellence in Higher Education for Liberian Development Project (EHELD) being implemented by the Research Triangle Institute (RTI).
Last week, North Carolina’s legislators announced a $110 million budget reduction across the state’s eight regional mental health agencies. Read more here: http://www.newsobserver.com/opinion/op-ed/article36603714.html#storylink=cpy
Last week we announced FDA’s first-ever Patient Engagement Advisory Committee, which will provide advice to the FDA Commissioner on complex issues relating to medical devices, the regulation of devices, and their use by patients.
To improve sanitation in the developing world, RTI International launched its innovative on-site waste treatment and toilet prototype that processes, disinfects, and recycles human waste.
Public impressions of unconventional oil and gas production in general and hydraulic fracturing in particular suggest more work needs to be done to give people actual information that will help them make intelligent decisions, a speaker at a Sept.