In a study with partner institutions, RTI International has found that most Americans are not prepared to ensure food safety during an extended power outage, such as that caused by a hurricane.
A study by researchers at RTI International has found that injection drug users are in greater need of substance abuse treatment compared to non-injecting drug users.
RTI International researchers are working to establish a surveillance system for assessment of public health threats.
A new monograph, Viewing America's Energy Future in Three Dimensions, by researchers at RTI International addresses the need for a more holistic approach to understanding the future energy options of the United States.
An RTI International study for the U.S. Department of Education has found that about 86 percent of ninth graders were proficient in understanding algebraic expressions.
RTI International's nanofiber lighting improvement technology (NLITe) has been honored with a 2011 R&D 100 award.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded a research contract for RTI International scientists to improve reliability prediction for solid-state lighting technologies and provide a better understanding of product lifetimes.
Restoring the Chesapeake Bay will be difficult and expensive, and will likely take far longer than previously thought, according to a new report by the National Research Council.
Study: Increasing Cancer Patient Medicaid Copayments May Actually Increase Publicly Funded Health Care Costs
A new study by researchers at RTI International has found that cancer patients faced with increased Medicaid copayments are less likely to comply with their prescription drug treatments.
U.S. News & World Report today released the 2011-12 Best Children's Hospitals rankings of America's top pediatric facilities in 10 pediatric specialties, with results based on an extensive analysis by RTI International.