Rubner

Rub·ner

(rūb'nĕr),
Max, German hygienist and biochemist, 1854-1932. See: Rubner laws of growth, Rubner test.
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2010; Dohmen, 2008; Riedl, Strauss, Heuer, & Rubner, 2015; Sutter & Kocher, 2004).
This business has been built from the ground up, and working with a passionate team that genuinely cares about individual and company success has been the most important element," says Chad Rubner, president and owner of Express Logistics.
Rubner and colleagues (6) made AR coatings with an average transmittance of greater than 98% by the layer-by-layer (LBL) assembly of polyelectrolytes.
The measurements were repeated three times for each sample, and average values were used to represent the wetting characteristics of thin films as reported by Rubner and coworkers (23).
Michael Rubner at MIT is also focused on the molecular level, building coatings one layer at a time, allowing for careful placement of specific substances within the coating, and therefore providing a means for having precise control over coating functionality.
Lindhauer, Department of Safety and Quality of Cereals, Max Rubner Institute, Schutzenberg 12, 32756 Detmold, Germany; phone: (0)5231 741 420; email: meinolf.
Michael Rubner, professor emeritus, James Madison College, Michigan State University
Session 1 on Responsive Coatings will include the following technical presentations: "Stimuli-responsive polyelectrolyte multilayers: From pH and temperature-sensitive nanotube surface arrays to living cells with functional synthetic backpacks," Michael Rubner, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; "Self-repairing polymeric films," Marek W.
Rubner, Controlling Mammalian Cell Interactions on Patterned Polyelectrolyte Multilayer Surfaces.
To re-elect the following members of the Board of Directors: Mordechay Zisser, Abraham (Rami) Goren, Shimon Yitzhaki, David Rubner, Moshe Lion and Shmuel Peretz.
Eternal Present: Poetic Figuration and Cultural Memory in the Poetry of Yehuda Amichai, Dan Pagis, and Tuvia Rubner.