Detroit's Bing, Orr on City's Bankruptcy Petition

July 18 (Bloomberg) -- Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and Kevyn Orr, the city's emergency manager, speak at a news conference about Detroit's decision to file for bankruptcy as it tries to eliminate a budget deficit and cut long-term debt. The city listed assets and debt of more than $1 billion in a Chapter 9 petition filed today in court in Detroit. Chapter 9 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code is reserved for municipalities and differs from the rules used by bankrupt companies in Chapter 11. (Source: Bloomberg)
The Process of Growing Bones From Scratch
29:51 - March 2 -- Today people in need of bone replacement -- whether because of disease, defect or injury -- can turn to synthetic replacements or they can have another bone in their body cut down so as to supply material for the missing bone. In either case the procedure is extremely painful and not without risk of failure. Epibone is attempting to disrupt this process by growing human bone from stem cells. (Video by: Brandon Lisy, Justin Beach)
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