2014 PA Farm Show
Three ABE faculty recognized for outstanding accomplishments
Dairy Practices Council Honorary Life Membership Award for 2013
Adult student finds his niche with agricultural systems major
Penn State researchers are unraveling the mystery of how nature codes and recodes this program to address some of the world's biggest challenges, says Howard Salis, assistant professor of biological engineering and chemical engineering.
Shannon will be honored at the Schreyer College Awards Ceremony on Thursday, November 21 at the Nittany Lion Inn.
Biological Engineering student, Andrew Neal, featured in Penn State News.
The ABE Department is attempting to form several Affiliate Program Groups (APGs) for alumni of the Department.
Loan program benefits instructors and students.
Congratulations to all!
“The new Intercollege Master of Professional Studies in Renewable Energy and Sustainability Systems (iMPS-RESS) is designed to prepare professionals to lead the world’s transformation from an unsustainable, fossil energy economy to a renewable, sustainable basis of operation,” said Ali Demirci, professor of agricultural and biological engineering and iMPS-RESS academic program chair.
Case New Holland is a global competitor in agricultural and construction machinery development and manufacturing.
At this year's Northeast Agricultural and Biological Engineering Conference, which took place on June 17-18th in Altoona, PA, ABE students win awards.
2013 International Quarter Scale Tractor Competition, organized and sponsored by ASABE, was held in Peoria, IL from May 30th to June 2nd, 2013.
ASABE defines a Fellow as a member of unusual professional distinction, with outstanding and extraordinary qualifications and experience in, or related to, the field of agricultural, food, or biological systems engineering. They possess a minimum of 20 years of active practice in, or related to, the profession of engineering; the teaching of engineering; or the teaching of an engineering-related curriculum and a minimum of 20 years as an active Member-Engineer or Member in ASABE. This is ASABE's highest honor.
Heidi Musshafen, a beloved heroine of Ag Sciences and the 2013 Ag Woman of the Year. Read on as she shares some valuable experiences, goals, and advice.
Changing the way a plant forms cellulose may lead to more efficient, less expensive biofuel production, according to Penn State engineers. "What every biofuel manufacturer wants to do is to get to the sugars," said Jeffrey Catchmark, associate professor of agricultural and biological engineering.
Harvey Manbeck, distinguished professor emeritus of agricultural engineering, and Dennis Murphy, distinguished professor of agricultural safety and health are featured in Penn State news.