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Cross Industry Perspectives

At the 7th annual Safety Across High-Consequence Industries Conference (SAHI) at SLU http://www.cvent.com/d/pcqn0v it may surprise you who high risk safety experts are learning from to improve safety in the workplace and your overall safety. In this show, covered exclusively by HEC-TV top experts talk about the importance of cross industry perspective when it comes to making our hospital, transportation and energy experiences much safer.

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Learning from History

Program and research directors for the Center of Aviation Research bring us back into time recounting transportation disasters and detailing what we can learn from these tragic events in order to make it a safer experience for all. It’s all part of the 7th annual Safety Across High Consequences Industries Conference (SAHI) at SLU http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq1v3 covered exclusively by HEC-TV.

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Safety Meets Business

It’s a meeting of the safety minds. HEC-TV covers the 7th annual Safety Across High Consequences Industries Conference at Saint Louis University, http://www.cvent.com/d/0cq1v3, where top executives in high-risk industries talk about your safety. In this, show 1, we will hear opening remarks from high ranking personnel from SSM Health Care and Boeing.

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Development Conference: Immigration and Innovation

St. Louis County Economic Council and St. Louis Development Corporation tackle the relationship between immigration and innovation.

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E. Desmond Lee-One True Vision

E. Desmond Lee is the subject of this episode. It delves into the life of local philanthropist and entrepreneur,

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Corporate Sustainability in New Technology, Biofuels, & Public Policy Issues, June 2012

Mark Reuss, President of General Motors North America and Andrew C. Taylor, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Holdings

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Nature and Technology: A Conversation about Conservation, May 2012

The panel will highlight how technology will play an impactful role for nature and restoring the environment.

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Going Green: Back to Nature

Importance of watersheds and what we can do to protect them, a lab activity to test stream water for macro invertebrates and water quality at the Little Creek Nature Area, Florissant, MO.

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Going Green: Back to Nature

the importance of watersheds at Little Creek Nature Area in Florissant MO

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2012

FOCUS St. Louis’ What’s Right with the Region! (WRWR) awards celebration recognizes success stories from throughout the greater St. Louis region. 

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2012 Annual Meeting

This year's annual meeting of St. Louis County Economic Council meeting highlights new ways of growing our economy through entrepreneurship

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St. Louis County Economic Council Accomplishments

St. Louis County Economic Council accomplishments. Look at the biggest and best projects in the St. Louis Region.

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Plant Science Innovation: From Lab Bench to Dinner Plate, March 2012

Plant science evolves meeting challenges in agriculture, like producing plants that use far less water, or that resist emerging pests and diseases.

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An Inside Look at a TV Show: Behind the Scenes of HEC-TV

Want to know what it's like to put on a live TV show? Want a behind the scenes look at the equipment and technology? Want to ask questions of producers, camera people, directors, sound and lighting technicians? Then join us for this "inside look."

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Sustainability in St. Louis

Sustainability is the ability to meet present needs without compromising the ability to meet future needs. This episode of Liquid Light looks into the efforts of Sustainability in St. Louis.

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A Conversation WithArtsBusinessCommunity

Fred Bronstein

Innovative programming and outreach initiatives by Fred Bronstein, President and Chief Executive Officer of the St. Louis Symphony have positive results.

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The Straight Story-With Twists

The salty tale of a classic St. Louis snack.

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Mission of Mercy, Jerseyville Green Development, and More, December 2011

Join Innovations to explore getting LEED Certification for a building, recycling program in local hospital, the impact of wind turbines and solar power on your electric meters.

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The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

Explore science of earthquakes on 200th anniversary of New Madrid

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Howard Markel

interview with New York Times Bestselling author Howard Markel discusses history of and problems with cocaine use

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The Science Behind Earthquakes: New Madrid 200th Anniversary

For the 10 am program, we go behind the scenes at the St. Louis University Earthquake Center to investigate how and why earthquakes occur, how they’re measured, and new design procedures being created to address the damage they do.

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My Life in Leadership

Author Frances Hesselbein, My Life in Leadership the Journey and Lessons Learned Along the Way, and President and CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Eastern Missouri, Becky James Hatter.

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The Danforth Center and the Gates Foundation: Partners to Eradicate Global Hunger, November 2012

The partnership between the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to eradicate world hunger & malnutrition is discussed.

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Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes: A Veterans Day Tribute 2011 – Morning Program

Take your study of America in war to the veterans who fought in them. Interact with veterans from WWII, Vietnam, Desert Storm, and the current war in Iraq/Afghanistan. Learn what it’s like to be in the military, fight in combat, return from war, and to have served your nation in its armed forces.

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Honoring Our Nation’s Heroes: A Veterans Day Tribute 2011 – Afternoon Program

Interact with America’s war veterans and learn first hand about the military.

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It’s Good to be Green-Reduce, Reuse, and Recover

Learn new ways to live a sustainable life and go green and greener.

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It’s Good to be Green-Reduce, Reuse, and Recover

Got trash? Sure you do; we all do. Go green with us as we explore how our trash is recovered and recycled to be used again in new forms. We’ll also learn ways each of us can go greener and help reduce our impact on the environment by developing strategies that “reduce, reuse, and recover.

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The Science Behind Dams

Learn how dams help river transportation, river wildlife thrive, and river systems maintained at Melvin Prive Lock and Dam in Alton, Illinois.

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Let’s Talk with Jim Carrington: A New Leader, an Expanding Vision, September 2011

Dr. James C. Carrington, the new President of the Danforth Center brings new technologies and scientific skills.

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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Constitution Day 2011: Powers of the President

Join our panel of Presidential scholars and advisors for a vibrant and insightful discussion on the history and execution of Presidential powers exploring how and why Presidents make decisions, the application of and implications on the Constitution from those decisions, and the far ranging impacts of those decisions. This event will be aired live from the Ulysses S. National Historic Site, where the 18th President lived and met his wife, Julia.

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Political Science: An Interview With Senator Claire McCaskill, Melody Valve, and More, September 2011

Innovations looks back at FIRST Robotics Competition, interviews Claire McCaskill and meets Dr. Phillip Bonhoffer who developed The Melody Valve.

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Senator Claire McCaskill

Senator Claire McCaskill discusses importance of science and technology in higher education.

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What is HEC-TV Live!

Ever wonder what HEC-TV Live! is? Want to know more? This will give you all of the information you need!

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Read Green Grow

A film looking at three free local children’s programs.

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Regional Economic Development Conference 2011

Much talk about regional economic development has taken place recently including discussions on the best ways to share our strengths, vision and resources. The economic development agencies of St. Louis County and the City of St. Louis have started a timely conversation on the best practices of regional economic development and how we can work toward the new reality of a shared vision.

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Dream of the Pacific

This opera celebrates the 200th anniversary of the Lewis and Clark expedition and gives young people a chance to appreciate an opera performed in English.

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U City Sleuths

A hundred years ago, E.G. Lewis’ utopian vision was to create an town where like-minded people of diverse backgrounds interact. This town became known as University City

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