University of Florida

ABE Department Newsletters

The Agricultural and Biological Engineering Department is continually growing and changing. Catch up on many of the latest developments in research, meet new faculty and review the latest awards and accomplishments of faculty, staff and students.

If you would like to receive the annual edition of the ABE newsletter, please contact Robin Snyder.

  • 2014 Edition (1.24 MB pdf)
    Highlights include projects in Climate Research and Crop Yields, AOM's MOOC course, and ABE involvement in the UF/IFAS Water Initiative
  • 2012 Edition (1.24 MB pdf)
    Highlights include projects in Irrigation Research and Climate, New ABE Faculty, Jim Jones Election to NAE, and ABE involvement in an Energy Grant
  • 2011 Edition (1.85 MB pdf)
    Highlights include projects in Haiti, New ABE Faculty,, Senior Design Courses, and Changes to Undergraduate Programs
  • 2009 Edition (702 KB pdf)
    Highlights include the new Florida Climate Institute, Bio Char Research, High Performance Computing, and updates in Packaging Research
  • 2008 Edition (9.25MB pdf)
    Highlights include the new Cellulosic Ethanol Plant, Faculty Profiles, Soil Moisture Sensors, Polar Packaging and AOM's Green Building Project.
  • 2007 Edition (8.08MB pdf)
    Highlights include Dorota Haman's appointment as Department Chair, Biofuel research and ABE experiments in space.
  • 2006 Edition (12.20MB pdf)
    Highlight include Wendy Graham's appointment as Director of the UF Water Institute and profiles of new ABE faculty.
  • 2005 Edition (1.44MB pdf)
    Highlights include the AgClimate tool, updates on the UF Water Institute and Suwannee Hydrologic Observatory and advances in irrigation.
  • 2004 Edition (2.65MB pdf)
    Highlights include research in packaging science and agricultural robotics, ABE in Africa and projects in water resources.