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2021-08-21

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About The Center for Earth and Natural Resource Sciences (CENRS)

The Center for Earth and Natural Resource Sciences (CENRS) is a comprehensive and multi-disciplinary research center engaged in fundamental and applied research on the environment, understanding earth processes and natural hazards, resource science, and innovative technologies and instruments for the control and remediation of water, soil, air, and solid waste pollution.

CENRS was established on June 18, 2018 and is located in Kigali City, Rwanda.

CENRS exchanges frequently and works closely with many high-level research institutes in Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Iran, Japan, the Netherlands, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

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The record-setting anatomy of the blue whale



Blue whales are the largest animals ever known to have lived on Earth

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Ethiopia’s ‘false banana’: the answer to future food scarcity?



False banana has the potential to feed more than 100 million people in a warming world

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Scientists discovered a new mineral that was carried to the surface of the Earth in a diamond



New mineral “Davemaoite” made an unlikely journey from the depths of the Earth

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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe is the first spacecraft to visit the sun’s atmosphere



NASA enters the solar atmosphere for the first time, bringing new discoveries

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Scientists have found an elongated millipede with more legs than any other known animal



Eumillipes persephone’s numerous appendages help it move through crevices

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Female elephants are evolving without tusks in Mozambique



Tuskless elephants escape poachers, but may evolve new problems

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Scientists finally figured out why cannabis smells ‘skunky’ edited



Newly identified sulfur compounds in cannabis flowers give the plant its telltale funky odor

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Why do great white sharks bite humans?



Research shows it may be a case of mistaken identity

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