Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy (ATB)
The Leibniz Institute for Agricultural Engineering and Bioeconomy as a nationally and internationally acting institute is researching at the interface of biological and technical systems.
Research is organized within three programs reflecting the interdisciplinary nature and the systemic approach of our research:
Sept. 7, 2019: Record number of visitors to the 5th INSECTA® Conference, which the ATB hosted in Potsdam this year: With more than 270 participants from 38 countries, the conference was a complete success.
Sept 5, 2019: A group of experts, consisting of scientists from the ATB and partners from science and industry, visited research sites in Southeast Asia as part of an eight-day networking and exploratory trip.
Sept 2, 2019: The next stop on the networking trip to Southeast Asia was Kasetsart University, Bangkok. Thailand. 150 attendees enjoyed hospitality at the jointly organized workshop on Sept 2. Key topics were fresh coconut packaging and aroma...
Aug 30, 2019: A holistic One Health perspective on future agricultural systems with full nutrient recycling was to be discussed at the 70th Annual Meeting of EAAP, held in Ghent from Aug 26-30, 2019. This thematic session was jointly organized by...
Aug 29, 2019: A group of experts from science and industry is currently visiting research sites in Southeast Asia as part of a networking and exploratory trip. The aim of the trip initiated by the ATB is to sustainably establish and expand...
12. Nov. 2019: ATB-Wissenschaftler Niels Landwehr wurde gestern im Rahmen des...
25. Okt. 2019: Die hygienisierende Behandlung mit Plasma-aktiviertem Wasser ist...