Publications

CIGR-AgEng 2016 Aarhus papers. Click here

AgEng2014 Zurich papers. Click here

AgEng2010 full papers are available at CABI via the members' page or at http://www.irstea.fr/la-recherche/colloques-scientifiques?set_language=en%2522%253Ehttp://www.cemagref.fr/nos-produits/colloques/ageng-2010-clermont-ferrand-1/conference-ageng-2010-clermont-ferrand/view%3fset_language=en

The internationally respected Biosystems Engineering (formerly JAER) is the official scientific journal of the Society. Members of EurAgEng are able to subscribe to Biosystems Engineering for their personal use at a reduced rate. In 2016, personal subscriptions cost £290 (GBP) + local value added tax (vat) for a printed copy delivered by mail. Members may also subscribe to a personal online subscription to Biosystems Engineering for just 90euro + vat. To qualify for this deal you must be a member of your National Society and a member of EurAgEng.
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The CIGR Electronic Journal can be accessed at www.agen.tamu.edu/cigr/  and the CIGR Newsletter at www.cigr.org

Members looking for Professional Books may like to visit the Taylor & Francis CRC Press and Wageningen Academic Press websites. EurAgEng is in discussion with both publishers to secure favourable rates for members and/or commission for the Society.

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