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But its school in the city remains closed.
Set to run through the end of June, the offer ended early after more than 10,000 people enrolled in the free introductory courses.
The lab can now conclusively identify eight oyster species producing most pearls found in the natural and cultured pearl trade.
Researchers discovered a new methodology using minute amounts of coral DNA material to identify the species.
In light of safety concerns amid the coronavirus pandemic, the annual awards presentation will not be held this July.
The labs in Antwerp, Carlsbad, Gaborone, Johannesburg and Tokyo are open with modified schedules and limited capacities.
The fourth-generation jeweler was also a specialist in geopolitics and international trade, lecturer, writer, sportsman and avid traveler.
First-time students can enroll in GIA’s online introductory courses on diamonds, colored stones, and jewelry at no cost.
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