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It appears to be an accepted assertion that fruit and vegetable consumption among low-income people is relatively low, largely because of cost.
Research institute RTI has tapped Wayne Holden, a seven-year veteran of the organization, as its next president and CEO.
Despite financial stress caused by the weakened economy, chicken establishments appear to be maintaining food safety procedures necessary to control Salmonella contamination, according to a new study conducted by researchers at RTI International and
RTI International has a new chief executive - but the face is a familiar one.
The RTI International Board of Governors has stayed within the organization to select Wayne Holden to succeed Victoria Haynes as president and chief executive officer.
RTI International has named one of its own to become its next president and CEO.
Research Triangle Institute's 3-D Architectures for Semiconductor Integration and Packaging Conference, or 3D ASIP (as it has become known) normally finishes off the "3D conference circuit" for the year and is a good gauge of how far things have prog
Introducing a successful smoking cessation programme in the workplace can not only help to improve staff health, it can also provide business benefits, say Michael T Halpern and Hayden McRobbie.
Two recent events started me thinking. The first involved a patient I heard about from a family medicine resident in clinic.
There is a lot of potential for future innovative scientific links between Marlborough ventures and United States counterparts, a visiting scientist said.