RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – There is a high rate of prescription pain reliever abuse in Europe, largely accounted by opioids, according to the first comparative study of prescription drug abuse in the European Union, which was conducted by resear
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – A new communications campaign aimed at empowering pregnant women on how to prevent Zika virus transmission has launched in Puerto Rico.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. — A new book brings together internationally known experts to shed light on the use of cutting-edge approaches to improve the health care industry.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.—The annual U.S.
Don Bailey selected as member of the Societal and Ethical Issues in Research Study Section of the Center for Scientific Review
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— Don Bailey, Ph.D., distinguished fellow at RTI International, has been selected to serve as a member of the Societal and Ethical Issues in Research Study Section of the Center for Scientific Review.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – The U.S.
RTI International’s Amy Roussel promoted to senior vice president for social policy, health, and economic research
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — Amy Roussel, Ph.D., has been promoted to senior vice president of the Social Policy, Health, and Economic Research Unit at RTI International.
States are designing innovative approaches to link career and technical education programs with registered apprenticeships, RTI International researchers find
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NORTH CAROLINA — A new study by researchers at RTI International explores strategies states are using to link high school career and technical education (CTE) programs with registered apprenticeships.
RTI International successfully completes pre-commercial testing of its breakthrough technology for warm gas desulfurization
TAMPA — In mid-April 2016, RTI International successfully completed more than 3,500 hours of pre-commercial (50-MWe scale) testing of its breakthrough warm gas desulfurization process (WDP) technology at Tampa Electric Company's coal an
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— Liberal American adults are less likely to favor counterterrorism policies that reduce civil liberties, than are conservative American adults, according to new research from RTI International and Duke NUS Medical School