Research Triangle Park, NC —How does knowledge of a student’s home life influence the way their teacher teaches? How can you get parents and teachers working from the same page to drive student success?
Research Triangle Park, NC — “Airpocalypse”—that’s how many referred to the damaging levels of smog that affected many China residents this winter.
Research Triangle Park, NC— 1,825— that’s how many Americans committed suicide using opioids in 2014. While that number is alarming, according to a new study, it has more than doubled over the past 15 years.
Research Triangle Park, NC—Pot brownies may be a thing of the past as there are new edible marijuana products, or edibles, on the market, including chocolates, candies, and cookies.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC- RTI’s International Education Division today announced the launch of SharEd, a new interactive online platform designed to easily share key reference materials with international education practitioners.
New studies quantify the impacts of water use on diversity of fish and aquatic insects in NC streams
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – The health of fish and aquatic insects could be significantly affected by withdrawals of fresh water from the rivers and streams across North Carolina according to a new scientific assessment.
Survival rate may be improving for extremely preterm infants born between the 22nd and 24th week of pregnancy
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C.— Very early preterm infants are more likely to survive than in previous years, and the survivors are less likely to have neurological problems, according to an analysis of records from a national research
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – A new study projects that by 2035, cardiovascular disease, the most costly and prevalent killer, if left unchecked, will place a crushing economic and health burden on the nation’s financial and health
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, North Carolina — The billions of social-media posts, purchases and other online interactions that people generate each day hold tremendous promise for the study of human behavior, according to a leading researcher scheduled
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, North Carolina — Anti-smoking campaigns often target young teenagers, focusing on preventing them from trying their first cigarette.