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The popular gemstones are one of the topics explored in the second season of the Vox-produced documentary series.
More source countries are moving to keep the value of their mineral resources in country. What does this mean for the colored stone sector both locally and around the globe?
It will provide its gem guide for evaluating rough in four additional African countries and reach 10,000 miners.
The University of Delaware developed its new Minerals, Materials and Society graduate certificate with the mid-career professional in mind.
It includes a first-time grant focused on a STEM program for high school girls in Surat, India.
The brand will donate 25 percent of profits from tourmaline jewelry sales to Earth Alliance.
The nonprofit granted five students in Canada’s Northwest Territories $5,000 scholarships, its first effort in the region.
Marie-Chantal Kaninda is leaving the position after a little over two years to pursue another opportunity.
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