Rubner

Rub·ner

(rūb'nĕr),
Max, German hygienist and biochemist, 1854-1932. See: Rubner laws of growth, Rubner test.
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Major organization : MAX RUBNER INSTITUT (MRI), BUNDESFORSCHUNGSINSTITUT FR ERNHRUNG UND LEBENSMITTEL
"Technology is revolutionizing fundraising and we're excited to have a stage at the world's largest P2P conference to share our vision with industry leaders," said Marc Rubner, CEO of DonorDrive.
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The second method, allometric scaling, is based on a principle proposed by Rubner (36), which is generally referred to as either geometric or biological similarity (43), and has recently been applied in health sciences or human movement sciences (31).
A first in Asia, this project is the largest order that has ever been received for a structure made of glulamen in the entire company history of Rubner Holzbau in Ober-Grafendorf, an engineered timber construction firm.
Rubner, "Electroluminescence from CdSe quantum-dot/ polymer composites," Applied Physics Letters, vol.
Rubner, "Stable superhydrophobic coatings from polyelectrolyte multilayers," Nano Letters, vol.
Rubner, "The microstructure of concrete made with municipal waste incinerator bottom ash as an aggregate component," Cement and Concrete Research, vol.
Rubner, "Nanoporosity-driven superhydrophilicity: a means to create multifunctional antifogging coatings," Langmuir, vol.
Most recently, Riedl, Strauss, Heuer, and Rubner (2015) examine 10 seasons of data from the Bundesliga and confirm the presence of favoritism in the allocation of additional time when one team leads another, when compared to a tie game.
Liu, W., Zhou, J., Bensdorf, K., Zhang, H., Liu, H., Wang, Y., Qian, H., Zhang, Y., Wellner, A., Rubner, G., Huang, W., Gluo, C.