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The superstar will hand-select two Black professionals to receive full tuition and paid expenses for its Graduate Gemologist program via distance education.
This time, they were either lab-grown diamonds or treated natural diamonds with counterfeit GIA report number inscriptions.
Those with a Ph.D. in a relevant field can apply for fellowships at the GIA’s Carlsbad or New York locations.
Prospective students can apply now through March 31 for classes starting in June through December.
The stones were sent into the Johannesburg lab and researchers detailed their discovery in the fall issue of Gems & Gemology.
The Sherlock Holmes 3.0, priced at $6,745, has been fine-tuned for greater accuracy.
The dossier-sized report provides information based on seven pearl value factors and doesn’t include identification or advanced testing of the submitted material.
A pillar of the community, he used his chemistry degree and analytical mind to teach himself gemology and then create a line of affordable instruments.
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