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(rī'ni-kĕ),
Albert, 19th-century German chemist. See: Reinecke salt.
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Joyce Reinecke, Executive Director, Alliance for Fertility Preservation said, "The Alliance for Fertility Preservation applauds Governor Cuomo for his commitment to advancing access to reproductive care for the citizens of New York.
2015; Guo & Reinecke, 2014), the relative significance of educational attainment remained unclear.
Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data's Group Chief Technology Officer, said, Blockchain has gone from strength to strength.
Reinecke, Dimension Data Group chief technology officer, said Blockchain has
Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data's Group Chief Technology Officer, says Blockchain has gone from strength to strength.
I believe that Blockchain has the potential to totally re-engineer cybersecurity, but the industry has yet to come to terms with it," said Ettienne Reinecke, Dimension Data's Group Chief Technology Officer.
Mechelle Buys Du Plessis, Managing Director, Dimension Data Middle East, concurs with Reinecke and says: "Blockchain is an enabler for the Middle East region to deliver secure, digitised services across all verticals.
Reinecke, professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences, Chief, Division of Psychology Northwestern University, will speak on "Youth Depression: Trends, Treatment & Prevention.
Moreover, positive relationships between game playing and self-efficacy have been linked with players reporting an improved state of mind (Trepte & Reinecke, 2011), and it has been found that self-efficacy effects can happen via gaming activity (Klimmt & Hartmann, 2006).
Which is a pleiotropic physiological axis of hormones and cellular receptors that regulate: nutrients metabolism, protein synthesis in muscle and in general tissue growth and osmotic balance (Butler & Le Roith, 2001; Reinecke et al.
In "Infrastructure and Democracy" (Issues, Winter 2017), Christopher Jones and David Reinecke remind us that infrastructures have historically been inaccessible to many people in the United States, particularly those living in poor and rural communities.
Principal Investigators are Jost Reinecke (Faculty of Sociology, Bielefeld University) and Mark Stemmler (Institute of Psychology, University of Erlangen).