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, understand earth processes and the natural hazards, resource science, as well as, innovative technologies and instruments for the control and remediation of water, soil, air and solid waste pollution.

CENRS was established o18th June, 2018 and it is located in Kigali City, Rwanda.

CENRS conducts frequent exchanges and maintains close cooperation with many high-level research institutes in the Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Japan, Netherlands, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, UK and USA.

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Humans evolved to run on less water than our closest primate relatives



Human body uses 30% to 50% less water per day than our closest animal cousins

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A new way to “see” color



Caenorhabditis elegans roundworms can discriminate between colors despite the fact that they lack eyes and opsins

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Ultrasonic cleaning of salad could reduce instances of food poisoning and bacteria



Gentle streams of water carrying sound and microscopic air bubbles can clean bacteria from salad leaves

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Missing matter found in our own galaxy



A team of astronomers says it has found evidence for some of this missing regular (or “baryonic”) matter

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Falling sperm counts ‘threaten human survival’, expert warns



Shanna Swan says low counts and changes to sexual development could endanger human species

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China’s new Mars probe (Tianwen-1) took its first photo of the red planet as the mission prepares to make history



The Tianwen-1 took the black-and-white picture at a distance of 2.2 million km from Mars, according to the Chinese space agency

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Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Malawi, South Sudan, and Niger, are among the world’s top 10 nations to be the worst affected by climate change



Climate change disrupts productivity in key economic sectors including agriculture, roads, dams, and other infrastructure in Africa

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