RTI International today celebrated the grand opening of its newly renovated Research Operations Center in Raleigh, which employs 450 data collection specialists and 40 supervisors.
A new textbook, Social Marketing and Social Change: Strategies and Tools for Improving Health, Well-Being, and the Environment, presents how a people-centered approach can be used to design, implement, measure and manage innovative programs that improve their lives.
RTI International researchers today released the findings of a report prepared for the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association that assesses the costs and benefits of North Carolina’s investments in sustainable energy projects.
As urbanization continues to drive up the value of available land in cities, social mediation could offer a successful approach to implementing slum relocation programs around the world, according to a study by researchers from RTI International.
Communication about the risk and benefits, safety and effectiveness of human drug products to the public is complex and challenging. Researchers at RTI International are working to improve the communication of scientific information to a diverse public audience.
Nextreme Thermal Solutions, a technology company spun off by RTI International in 2004, has been acquired by Laird Technologies Inc., a subsidiary of Laird PLC.
About two out of every three children will experience at least one traumatic event before they turn 18. Despite this high rate of exposure, little is known about the effectiveness of treatments aimed at preventing and relieving traumatic stress symptoms that children may experience after such...
A new book, Better Hearing with Cochlear Implants: Studies at the Research Triangle Institute, offers a comprehensive account of decades’ worth of research to improve cochlear implants.
A new six-volume series, Social Marketing, depicts the development of social marketing thought and practice from the early 1970s through today.
Efforts to combat childhood obesity and chronic diseases have primarily focused on schools and early child care settings, but a new set of standards written for programs that provide out-of-school care can help community-based organizations make an impact as well, according to a paper by...