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Researchers outfitted African leopards with high-tech wildlife tracking collars equipped with GPS technology and an accelerometer to measure energy output. (Photo by John Armstrong)

Researchers outfitted African leopards with high-tech wildlife tracking collars equipped with GPS technology and an accelerometer to measure energy output. (Photo by John Armstrong)

Hello, kitty

The elusive behavior of the African leopard has been revealed in great detail for the first time as part of a sophisticated study that links the majestic cat's caloric demands and its drive to kill. Associate Professor Chris Wilmers led the team, which published its findings in the online edition of the journal 'Ecosphere.'

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Project looks to pierce news 'filter bubbles'

Project looks to pierce news 'filter bubbles'

The Science Communication Program will explore ways to broaden the reach of science journalism and improve civic discourse on science-related issues.

First-gen grad reflects on UC Santa Cruz experience

First-gen grad reflects on UC Santa Cruz experience

The UC Santa Cruz podcast catches up Hector Navarro, who graduated earlier this month and will be pursuing a doctoral degree at UCLA.

London’s Barbican Centre celebrates B. Ruby Rich

London’s Barbican Centre celebrates B. Ruby Rich

The work of feminist writer, film critic, LGBT activist, and UC Santa Cruz professor of film and digital media B. Ruby Rich was celebrated last week.

Graduates begin their next chapter

Graduates begin their next chapter

Many of the commencement addresses blended personal and political messages to inspire the graduates to make the world a better place for all.

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