INTER-UNIVERSITY AND INTER-FACULTY TRANSFERS

The department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering is currently accepting inter university and inter-faculty transfers to our two programmes BSc. Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering and BSc. Energy and Environmental Technology for the September 2020 intake. BSc. Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering is a FIVE year engineering course that aims at producing engineers  for the agricultural and biological sector but with a better focus (i.e. more specialized) in bio-production systems, agricultural mechanization, agricultural processing, agricultural structures engineering and soil, water and environment engineering. More details on the admission requirements and course content can be found here. BSc. Energy and… Continue reading →

INNOVATIONS THAT WILL CHANGE FOOD PRODUCTION

Researchers in ABED are working on various innovations that will make it easier for farmers and urban dwellers to grow and handle their produce. These are simple DIY projects that farmers can construct on small spaces and ensure sustainable food production and reduction of post-harvest losses. https://www.farmers.co.ke/article/2001330887/innovations-that-will-change-the-way-we-grow-food

Notice of Special/ supplementary examinations

Special/supplementary examinations for students who completed 2018/2019 academic year in April 2019 will begin on June 24th, 2019 until July 2nd, 2019. The timetables for the examinations are available at the department. Students with pending first year units are advised to avail themselves during this period.  Students are urged to ensure that all requisite payments are made before the examinations. Any queries concerning supplementary examinations should be directed to the Dean, SOBEE.

ABED students visit KALRO- Katumani

ABED students visit KALRO- Katumani

Students Challenged to Solve Real Problems Agricultural and Biosystems Engineers endeavour develop solutions to the challenges facing the sector. One of the biggest challenges is ensuring food security for a growing population in a world faced by a changing climate. The first year students in Agricultural an Biosystems Engineering students had their first attempt to understand this challenge more during their academic visit to the Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization, Katumani, Machakos. During the academic trip, students were exposed to technologies being used to overcome challenges related to climate change e.g. smart farming technologies…. Continue reading →