Program 209

AIRDATE:08/01/06

PROMO: ARC's Dean Richardson and Germany's Dr. Peter Heck of the Institute of Applied Materials Flow Management talk about new ways to reach sustainability by using waste as a resouce to fuel the new bio-economy

TEC Edmonton's new CEO Dr. David Cox outlines his vision for more technology commercialization

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TITLE: Dean Richardson, New Ventures Manager, Engineered Products and Services, Alberta Research Council
SUBJECT: #209 Sustainable Future Through Applied Materials Flow Management
SYNOPSIS: When it comes to sustainable development, one of the first notions to hit the trash can is that of waste. According to the vision of German ecologist Dr. Peter Heck, waste is really a resource waiting to be put to use. The Alberta Research Council recently brought Dr. Heck to Edmonton talk about what he calls Applied Materials Flow Management, and what this means for Alberta’s new bio-economy.

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TITLE: Dr. Peter Heck, Professor and Director, Institute for Applied Materials Flow Management, Trier University, Birkenfeld, Germany
SUBJECT: #209 Sustainable Future Through Applied Materials Flow Management
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TITLE: Dr. David Cox, CEO, TEC Edmonton
SUBJECT: #209 New TEC Edmonton CEO Pushes Ambitious Technology Commercialization Agenda
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