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4-15-2014 RTI report: N.C. clean-energy investment in 2013 nearly equals total for previous 6 years
– Triangle Business Journal
North Carolina companies invested almost $1.3 billion in renewable energy and efficiency projects last year, according to a new report produced by Research Triangle Park-based RTI International and commissioned by the N.C. Sustainable Energy Association.
4-15-2014 Report: Clean energy has positive impact on NC's economy
– WRAL TechWire
Clean energy investments have attracted billions of dollars and created thousands of jobs in recent years throughout North Carolina, according to a new study released on Monday.
4-14-2014 Getting ready to demo "warm" syngas cleanup at Polk IGCC
– Modern Power Systems
In 2010 RTI was selected by DOE to scale-up its warm syngas desulphurisation technology, which employs a ZnO based sorbent, for an installation in a demo facility at Tampa Electric's Polk IGCC plant (as part of a US national research effort to produce cleaner energy from domestic coal sources).
4-14-2014 Renewable energy industry touts economic benefits
– News & Observer
The N.C. Sustainable Energy Association once again commissioned RTI International to do an independent study.
4-14-2014 NC joined controversial voter cross-check program as other states were leaving
– Facing South
In evaluating ERIC's first year, RTI International, formerly known as the Research Triangle Institute, concluded, "Our analysis, based on high quality, independent data, finds that ERIC states improved on every measure we considered," including boosting voter registration and turnout and eliminating errors in voter files.
4-13-2014 A Sobering Story: Addicts must confront their demons, experts say
– Indiana Gazette
To understand what alcoholism and drug addiction are, it’s necessary to first understand what they aren’t — a character flaw, a moral weakness, or a personal decision on the part of an inherently bad person.
4-11-2014 Nursing homes send too many dementia residents to the hospital in their last year of life, study finds
– McKnight's Long-term Care News & Assisted Living
Nursing homes could do a better job of keeping residents with dementia out of the hospital during their last year of life, suggests recently published findings in Health Affairs.
4-9-2014 TECO breaks ground on $700 million project in polk
– The Ledger
RTI International, a research institute in Durham, N.C., in January completed construction of a $168 million demonstration plant at the Power Station site that could make coal-based electricity production more environmentally friendly and improve the efficiency of current technology.
4-9-2014 Combining previously unpaired materials enables better energy harvesting
– SPIE
A unique combination of two dissimilar high-temperature thermoelectric materials united with different cross-sectional area elements results in a 9.7% conversion efficiency in a single-couple thermoelectric device.
4-9-2014 What are Gwinnett schools doing right? What can we learn from them? District finalist for top prize
– Atlanta Journal-Constitution
The review board evaluated publicly available academic achievement data that were compiled and analyzed by RTI International, a leading global research institute.
4-8-2014 Hospital and ED use among Medicare beneficiaries with dementia varies by setting and proximity to death
– Health Affairs
Hospitalizations and emergency department (ED) visits for people with Alzheimer’s disease and related disorders are of particular concern because many of these patients are physically and mentally frail, and the care delivered in these settings is costly.
4-8-2014 Study: Seniors living in community with dementia are more likely to be hospitalized
– News-Medical
Seniors living in the community who have dementia are more likely to be hospitalized and visit the emergency department than those who do not have dementia, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International.
4-8-2014 State pilots test ID management for online services
– GCN
4-8-2014 E-cigarette advertising expenditures tripled from 2011 to 2012, study finds
– Innovations Report
4-7-2014 Community-living seniors with dementia more likely to be hospitalized than those without dementia
– ScienceDaily
Seniors living in the community who have dementia are more likely to be hospitalized and visit the emergency department than those who do not have dementia, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International.
4-6-2014 Doubts on military’s sex assault stats as numbers far exceed those for the U.S.
– Washington Times
The Pentagon’s survey results for the percentage of military women who are sexually assaulted in a year are much higher than the Justice Department’s findings for young women in the U.S.
4-5-2014 Youth letter: Smoking ban was the right thing for City Council to do
– Fort Collins Coloradoan
We’re writing in response to a letter to the editor from March 9, “ Outdoor smoking ban goes too far.” We appreciate Amanda Henchenski’s comments and concern about the Fort Collins outdoor smoking ban.
4-5-2014 Columnist: Military has far to go on women's rights
– Fayetteville Observer
A year ago, the military took a major step forward, finally lifting the ban on women in combat. However, its sluggish progress in actually implementing the integration and two recent sexual-assault cases clearly demonstrate that women's rights in the military face a continuing uphill battle.
4-4-2014 Why You Should Spring for a Really Good Mattress
– Yahoo! Finance
Up all night? If you’ve been able to rule out sleep apnea or other sleeping disorders, think twice about reaching for sleeping pills – the culprit might actually be your mattress. Replacing it won’t be cheap, but it may be worth it.
4-4-2014 E-cigarette advertising expenditures tripled from 2011 to 2012, study finds
– Digital Journal
4-3-2014 #SheBuilds boys and men
– Devex
RTI International just finished a project in South Africa working with men on changing their perceptions of women.
4-2-2014 Study: MOOCs viewed positively among employers
– Inside Higher Ed
Most North Carolina employers haven't heard of massive open online courses, but about three-quarters of them view MOOCs as having a positive effect on hiring decisions, a survey conducted by Duke University and RTI International shows.
3-29-2014 N.C. Zoo marks 40th with two new exhibits
– Courier-Tribune
The N.C. Zoo is kicking off its 40th Anniversary celebration this weekend with the opening of two new exhibits — the renovated and expanded kidZone and “Bugs: An Epic Adventure” — and a variety of entertainment.
3-27-2014 Teachers' supervisors get tablets for training
– The Star, Kenya
MORE than 1,000 teacher supervisors will use technology to help improve the quality of teaching in classrooms.
3-26-2014 Launch of National Tablets Programme
– Kenya News Agency
Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Professor Jacob Kaimenyi is taken through the Tablets by Deputy of Head of Office, the Department for International Development (DFID) Kenya Dr. Joanne Abbot as Research Triangle Institute (RTI) Chief of Party, Kenya Primary Math and Reading initiative (PRIMR) Dr. Benjamin Piper looks on during the Official launch of the Department for International Development(DFID) and Kenya-Funded project- Primary Math and Reading(PRIMR) Google Nexus Tablets Programme at a Nairobi Hotel on March 26th.
3-25-2014 First impressions: What not to do at a career networking event
– DevEx
This week, I spoke with recruiters from RTI International who will be attending Devex’s 6th Annual International Development Career Forum in Washington, D.C. to share tips and advice for professionals planning to attend the event this Friday, March 28.
3-25-2014 2 incontinence and prolapse procedures found to be comparable in women
– HealthCanal
Two common procedures to treat pelvic-organ prolapse without vaginal mesh are comparable in safety and efficacy, according to research published in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
3-25-2014 Study shows heart scans not always useful in prescribing statins
– Diagnostic & Invasive Cardiology
The researchers concluded that as long as the price of a statin remained low – 13 cents a pill – and did not reduce quality of life for patients, it was not cost-effective to perform a CAC test to target the drug therapy only toward those at increased risk of coronary heart disease.
3-23-2014 Which are better: Generic or name-brand medications?
– Fox News
Aged whiskey, high-speed laptops, extra-ply toilet paper--sometimes, ponying up for name brands buys higher quality. But when it comes to medications, generic drugs are like a plain white tee--the cheaper option does the same job as the one that breaks the bank.
3-20-2014 Water isn't everywhere anymore
– Electrical Contractor
It’s a complicated time to be an electricity-generating company in the United States. Volatility in the natural gas market is forcing utility planners to rethink fueling options, and new emissions regulations are adding even more questions to their long-term forecasts.
3-20-2014 Policies banning tobacco displays may deter adult smoking; graphic health warning sign at point of sale might not
– ScienceDaily
Polices that ban tobacco product displays at point of sale may reduce adults smoking by deterring purchases, though a single graphic health warning sign at the POS may not, according to a study by researchers at RTI International and Tarheel Technologies.
3-19-2014 USAID Project Promotes Breast-Feeding in Villages
– Jakarta Globe
Towering two meters tall, Holden, the president and chief executive of RTI International, was in Sulawesi to support USAID-Kinerja programs to promote breast-feeding, improve safe maternal delivery practices and strengthen the management of public health facilities.
3-19-2014 Helping Identify Performance-Enhancing Drugs, Through Chemistry
– Inside Science
From steroids to uppers, sports have weathered some pretty big storms when it comes to drugs. Now, a new analytical method may bump up the sensitivity and accuracy of drug testing.
3-19-2014 For a glimpse at what’s next in health wearables, check out one design firm’s idea for epileptics
– MedCity News
Health monitoring devices of the future will not just be biometric tracking devices or journaling apps or detection and alerting systems, but all of the above as part of one comprehensive solution.