RTR

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RTRReady To Run
RTRRotor
RTRReady To Race
RTRRight to Represent (staffing)
RTRRundfunk & Telekom Regulierungs Gmbh
RTRRubber Tramp Rendezvous (Arizona)
RTRReady to Roll
RTRReceiver-Transmitter (US DoD signal equipment)
RTRRoyal Tank Regiment (British)
RTRRenault Technologie Roumanie (Romanian automotive engineering center)
RTRReal-Time Response
RTRReal Time Reporter
RTRRenault Technologie Roumanie
RTRRead to Read
RTRReal Time Rendering
RTRReal Time Interrupt Rate
RTRReal Time Recording
RTRReel-To-Reel (older recording devices)
RTRRadio e Televisiun Rumantscha (Romansh Radio and Television, Switzerland)
RTRRead the Rest
RTRResponse Time Reporter
RTRRoad to Rome (game expansion pack)
RTRReady to Rumble
RTRReal-Time Radiography
RTRReal Time Review
RTRReady to Riot
RTRRussian Television and Radio (Russian national TV broadcaster)
RTRRoom to Room
RTRRacing Throttle Response (TVS Motor Company)
RTRRaise The Roof
RTRReady-To-Receive (IBM VTAM)
RTRRemote Transmission Request
RTRRelease Time for Research (various schools)
RTRRapid Thermal Processing
RTRRome: Total Realism (gaming modification for Rome: Total War)
RTRRoad to Revolution (Linkin Park album)
RTRReliable Transaction Router
RTRRepayment Track Record (loans)
RTRRemote Transmitter/Receiver
RTRReal-Time Racing Game (video game)
RTRTV- and Radio Company (Russian)
RTRRotaractor
RTRRun to Run (variation)
RTRRoll Tide Roll (University of Alabama)
RTRRandom Transaction Rate (Memory Technology)
RTRRight to Rule (gaming clan)
RTRRenal Transplant Recipient
RTRReal-Time Ring
RTRReal Time Replenishment (telecommunications)
RTRReinforced Thermosetting Resin (piping material)
RTRReplenishment Tax Rate (Texas)
RTRReal-Time Relationships (Stefan Molyneux book)
RTRRapid Technology Rationalization (Novell)
RTRRecord to Report (business process)
RTRResearch and Test Reactor
RTRRight to Rebel (online gaming clan)
RTRRegistered Technologist, Radiography
RTRReal Time Retargeting
RTRResort Timeshare Resale
RTRResponse to Request Message (FIPS)
RTRReturn to Research (program)
RTRReal Time Rater
RTRReport of Test Results
RTRRevised Technical Report
RTRReal-Time Raster
RTRRadar Trajectory Report (DoD)
RTRReactor Technology Report
RTRResearch and Technology Resume (NASA)
RTRRoof-Top-Ratio
RTRResponse Time Recorder
RTRReturning to Ramp
RTRRequirement Traceability Report
RTRRyder Truck Rental LLP
RTRResonant Transient Radiation
RTRRetirement Trust Resources
RTRRégime de Travail Radiologique (French: Radiological Work Plan)
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Brief note is made of the high rates of private and social rates of return to research reported in econometrically based production function studies, but the study itself does not venture into this area.
While some readers might believe that the psychedelic focus of the 1960s is long gone, this survey introduces how a new age of psychedelics is emerging through various popular festivals around the country, offering a return to research and cultural applications that embrace artistic, social, and scientific realms alike.
Willis will return to research work full time as the NYU Furman Center's Senior Policy Fellow.
The Science Foundation Ireland Advance Award Programme will help 10 postdoctoral researchers stay in or return to research.
First, by estimating the return to research spending, rather than research grant income, our approach estimates the effect of financial resources alone.
Lockery, too, said he left his institute position because his term had ended and he wished to return to research and teaching.
One in six Daphne Jackson Fellows wants to return to research in an engineering discipline, working in a range of fields from designing porous metals to developing new methods to retrofit buildings to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
Despite his success as department chair, Wolpert announced he would be leaving the role in 2003 to return to research, saying, "I thought I smelled smoke when I realized it was the burning of bridges to my research projects." He was soon back in the job at the request of the university, however, to "pitch a few more innings" and help finish the fundraising efforts before leaving in 2006.
Mullen and Cox (1995) used models similar to (1) with research lag profiles of 16 and 35 years estimated over the period 1953-1994, which gave internal rates of return to research in the range of 15--40%, with higher rates of return associated with the 16 year lag model.
Using the productivity elasticity of research from the estimated relationship, the average annual rate of return to research investment is estimated at 64 percent.
Bowen has served as president since 1988 and will return to research and writing after his departure.