To which I reply, "The Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
What does ABEN stand for?
ABEN stands for Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering (University program)
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- Advanced Boolean Equation Language
- Advanced Boolean Expression Language
- Advanced Broadband Enabled Learning
- Advanced Business Education, Ltd. (New Zealand)
- Air Breathing Electric Laser
- Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature
- Agent-Based Environment for Linking Simulations
- American Board of Emergency Medicine
- Agents & Brokers Education Network (insurance industry)
- Agricultural and Biological Engineering (university course)
- Australasian Boys Education Network (Research Australia Development and Innovation Institute)
- Australian Business Ethics Network (business ethics organization; Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Melbourne, Australia)
- Brazilian Association of Nursing
- Abnormal End
- Absent By Enforced Net Deprivation
- Associate of the Association of Building Engineers
- Associação Brasileira de Ensino Odontológico
- Association of Baptists for Evangelism in the Orient
- Associazione Bambino Emopatico Oncologico (Italian: The Empathetic Association for Children with Oncological Diseases)
- Acetate Buffer Extraction Procedure
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25 million grant for construction of a new agricultural and biosystems engineering facility at Iowa State University.
But calculating net energy efficiency is difficult, says Robert Anex, an associate professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering at Iowa State University who studies life-cycle assessments of biomass resources.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Persyn also is an assistant professor in SDSU's Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering.
He joined the University of Arizona (UA) in 1986 as a full professor in the Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and retired in 2001.
Kanwar, professor and department chair, Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department at Iowa State University, for a distinguished career in soil and water engineering as a researcher, teacher, administrator, and developer of water management programs worldwide; John L.
Baumgartner, a senior in the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department at Iowa State University, was selected as the recipient of the William J.
The Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Department from Iowa State University had a large contingency at the ASAE International Livestock Environment Symposium held in Beijing, China, May 18-20.