History of Biological Engineering Although the history of BE goes back well before 1965, Pat Hassler changed the name of the North Carolina State University program to Biological and Agricultural Engineering in 1965, and Bill Fox and Jim Anderson followed at Mississippi State in 1967.
What does BAEN stand for?
BAEN stands for Biological and Agricultural Engineering (various universities)
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We have 2 other meanings of BAEN in our Acronym Attic
- Brainerd Area Environmental Learning Network (Minnesota)
- Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics (University of Minnesota)
- Bachelor of Applied Environmental Management (degree)
- Bay Area Engine Modelers
- British Association for Accident and Emergency Medicine (now British Association for Emergency Medicine)
- British Association for Emergency Medicine (London, UK)
- British Association of European Mountain Leaders (UK)
- Bioressources Aquatiques en Environnement Méditerranéen et Tropical (French: Aquatic Bioresources in Mediterranean and Tropical Environment)
- British Association of Emergency Medical Technicians
- Bay Area Equestrian Network (California)
- Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
- Black Alliance for Educational Options
- Banc of America Equity Partners
- Bandelier Archaeological Excavation Project
- Bay Area Event Photography (San Jose, CA)
- Brain Stem Auditory Evoked Potential (diagnostic tool; neurology)
- Brain-Stem Auditory Evoked Potential
- British Association of European Pharmaceutical Distributors
- Bibliographic Access to Electronic Resources (est. 1996; Northwestern University; Evanston, IL)
- Brainstem Acoustic Evoked Response
Samples in periodicals archive:
Krochta is at the Departments of Food Science and Technology and Biological and Agricultural Engineering at the same school.
She is professor emeritus of the Forestry, Biological and Agricultural Engineering Departments at North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
edu University of Arkansas Biological and Agricultural Engineering Dept.
professor and department extension leader in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.
VanderGheynst is an associate professor in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at the University of California-Davis.
Good, a junior in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Department at Kansas State University (KSU), was selected as the recipient of the 2005 John L.