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Read More Cal Poly Pomona has joined the race to become the first university to launch a liquid fuel rocket into space.
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Bronco Digital Magazine
Introducing Bronco Digital Magazine, an evolution in sharing the Cal Poly Pomona story through a rich, interactive experience. Bronco’s focus is providing thought-provoking content about what’s shaping the future of the university and those whom the university has shaped.
Research & Innovation
Saber-Toothed Kittens Were Born Buff According to Cal Poly Pomona Researchers
Saber-tooth cats (Smilodon fatalis) had extraordinarily strong front limbs for tackling and subduing prey before they slashed throats or bellies with their saber-like canine teeth. But little was known about their kittens and growth patterns due to the fragility of juvenile bones. A new study by researchers at Cal Poly Pomona published in PLOS ONE found that saber-toothed kittens started out with very robust bones and Hulk-like bodies.
The university is in the initial stages of exploring opportunities at the 300-acre site that once housed the Lanterman Developmental Center. With feasibility studies completed, the next step is to select a master developer or team of developers. The process will be transparent, and input from constituents on campus and across the region is welcomed.
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