RTI International has been awarded funding from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to redesign and improve a personal exposure monitor that will be small and light enough to be worn by children and toddlers in developing nations who are exposed to smoke from indoor cooking fires.
As a signal of its commitment to expanding its international reach, RTI International has opened a regional office in Nairobi, Kenya. The office will better support existing projects in Africa and the Middle East and allow RTI to pursue a broader range of opportunities in that important region...
Aaron Williams, former vice president of international business development at RTI International and, most recently, Director of the U.S. Peace Corps, will return to RTI as executive vice president of the International Development Group starting Monday, Oct. 29.
A new book presents a comprehensive discussion of key issues and future directions within the forensic sciences.
RTI International’s nanofiber lighting improvement technology (NLITe™) has been selected as a finalist for two prestigious international awards: the Energy Institute’s Innovation Award and a World Technology Summit Award.
As part of efforts to strengthen relations and research collaborations in Arabian Gulf states, RTI International has signed agreements with Qatar University and Qatar’s Social Rehabilitation Center at Princess Nora University, both premier Qatari research organizations.
RTI International began construction last week on a new 3,000-square-foot energy technology development facility on RTI’s main campus in Research Triangle Park, N.C.
RTI International is one of five firms selected by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to provide technical support for watershed assessment and protection to the agency’s Office of Water.
Philip Cooley., a principal scientist at RTI International, has been promoted from RTI Fellow to Senior Fellow by President Wayne Holden.
Antismoking advertisements that feature highly emotional or graphic content are more likely to motivate smokers to try to quit smoking than ads that offer smoking cessation advice or encouragement, according to a new study by researchers at RTI International, Kansas Health Foundation and the New...