The Department of Biological and Environmental Engineering (BEE) is diverse with two distinct and highly integrated program areas: Biological Engineering and Environmental Engineering. Although these two program areas share significant commonality in teaching, especially with regard to the core curriculum, there are significant differences in emphasis and course options. These differences result in a flexible program that satisfies the diverse interests of our students. Accordingly, the intellectual breadth of the BEE department is even more strongly reflected by the diversity of the department's research and outreach activities. Biological Engineering integrates engineering practice and quantitative biology, with a focus on food systems, life sciences, human health and the environment. Environmental Engineering is aimed at combining engineering and environmental sciences in a coordinated manner so as to include a balance of basic, developmental and applied investigative efforts. Once concerned primarily with the rural environment, the program now addresses a wide range of environmental issues in both the private and public sectors.

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  • ASAE NORTH ATLANTIC REGION'S FIRST FIFTY YEARS 

    French, O. C. (1974-08-18)
    A brief history of the North Atlantic Region ASAE, with a listing of Annual Meeting dates and locations, names of chairmen and secretaries . Includes a few historical photograph reproductions.
  • MICROCOMPUTER SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PROGRESS REPORT 

    Cooke, J . Robert (1985-06)
    Instructional computing is undergoing dramatic change in the Department of Agricultural Engineering at Cornell . In the past two years, nearly all of the instructional computing has been shifted to microcomputers, ...
  • Legacy Meeting Papers/Preprints of the Plant Biomechanics Group 

    Unknown author (The Internet-First University Press, 2016)
    This is a collection of non-peer-reviewed ASAE (now ASABE) meeting papers. Most of these manuscripts were subsequently published in peer-reviewed venues. However, this is the sole, online source for a number of these “stranded” ...
  • A FINITE ELEMENT FOR SHELL ANALYSIS AND ITS APPLICATION TO BIOLOGICAL OBJECTS 

    Lee, Jae Young (1986-06)
    A new method of element decomposition is introduced in the formulation of a new shell finite element. The actual element is decomposed into a translational element defined completely by the nodal translations and a difference ...
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    Cooke, J. Robert; Sobel, E. Ted (1994)
    Electronic publishing is now feasible using QuickTime movies with DocuView™ (DV). QuickTime (QT) was designed to provide animation capability for the Macintosh. With the current hardware limitations the image size must ...

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