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NCCU is not considered part of RTP. I understand it's within the "Triangle Region", but if NCCU is listed why not list Peace College, Meredith College, or Shaw University? It is generally understood that the "Big Three" are the only universities strongly associated with RTP. AlanzoB 23:54, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
That's external links spam (read WP:EL) and I'm removing it, along with the other companies that don't belong in the external link section. If we allow one company to plug their website, such as you are doing in the North Carolina article and this one, then we would have to let all companies do it. APKyada yada 22:54, 27 May 2008 (UTC)
I had wondered for years why area cities had not annexed into RTP. This question was answered by a Raleigh News & Observer article on 13-Sept-2009. They are prohibited from doing so by state law. I added this fact and a citation. Unfortunately the article is already gone from the N&O's public website, though it is still cached in Google as of today. 220.127.116.11 (talk) 11:32, 23 September 2009 (UTC)
The first statement is that it's the largest research park in the US, but the source for that does not say anything about it being the largest. Also, if 630 acres are developed for the research park, then it definitely isn't the largest--the Stanford Research Park is over 700 acres (of development). The article then says that the Triangle is "comparable to Silicon Valley," yet offers no explanation for how it's comparable. All the measures I can think of (the # tech companies, # high tech jobs, the amount $ that goes into capital investment, GDP, etc.) would say that the Triangle is not by any means comparable to Silicon Valley. One study shows that 1/3 of the capital investment last year was in Silicon Valley; in that study, I don't even see mention of the Triangle (definitely not top 8).  So unless someone can provide a convincing argument with data and evidence, these claims should be removed. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 13:49, 28 April 2011 (UTC)