Welcome to the ABE blog. Check here regularly to read about faculty research, student activities, industry trends, and much more. Everything is written by ABE@Illinois faculty, students, alumni, and industry professionals actively involved in the disciplines of agricultural and biological engineering and technical systems management.
What's bugging you?
- Student Matthew Mote writes about their internship experience with the Illinois Cooperative Agriculture Pest Survey (CAPS) program.
Preparing myself for success
- Student Lupe Cruz reviews all the ways their undergraduate experience is preparing them for their future career.
Supportive family and extracurricular activities make all the difference
- Student Katarina Pearson writes about balancing academics with life outside the classroom.
Past blog posts:
- Memories to last a lifetime
- Preventing unwanted salad surprises
- Creating your own path
- When opportunity comes a knockin'
- It's a family thing
- BSL 2 lab aids ABE graduate research students
- A new path to clearer skies? Jet fuel from sugarcane
- Engineers can do hands-on things?
- Reducing agricultural injury and illness risk through coalitions
- Coding: A necessity for engineering
- Academia and industry come together at the University of Illinois Research Park
- Eye of the beholder
- Working around mother nature
- Working with Louisiana sugarcane farmers
- The Agriculture in Agricultural Engineering
- TSM - The intersection of business and technology
- Work hard and do great things!
- Big Data Analytics – Just another passing fad?