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Advancements in remote sensing technologies including drones and high-resolution satellite imagery could help agriculture in food insecure countries.
There's no "app" for development. But the right ICT tools can help achieve better outcomes.
We recently developed a global suite of hydrologic and economic tools and applied them to the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.
RTI International and Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Researchers Collaborate on Study of Early Policies to Establish Sanctioned Safe Consumption Sites in the U.S.
RTI International, a nonprofit research institute, collaborated with researchers from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health on a new paper “Establishing Sanctioned Safe Consumption Sites in the U.S.: Five Jurisdictions Moving the Policy Agenda Forward” published in the Feb. edition of Psychiatric Services.
Many studies have focused on how technology is impacting society.
Translating insights from data into operational best practices may be the key to improving health care quality and outcomes while reducing costs.
Analysts predict that over the next two decades, we will witness some of the most significant disruptions to the workforce and work that we have experienced in centuries. Demographic and socioeconomic trends such as rapid urbanization and globalization, combined with even faster advances in...
Health equity remains an elusive challenge to address within our healthcare system.
Research Triangle Park, NC—The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is partnering with RTI International to improve urban water service delivery in Nigeria. The Effective Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene Services (E-WASH) program works to ensure sustainable water services...
Calls for service (CFS) drive the demand for public safety and emergency service resources, making CFS data the foundation for understanding operational demands and strategic priorities.
RTI is proud to be a 2018 Education Pacesetting Sponsor for the North Carolina Public School Forum’s 4th annual Eggs & Issues Breakfast.