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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.
Marketing executive David Kellie will assume the role when Lieberherr steps down at the end of the year.
The diamond miner tapped Evgeny Agureev for the role.
The partnership marks the lab-grown diamond brand’s first move into brick-and-mortar stores.
They serve as an official grading report and are formatted the same way as its printed documents.
It follows a diamond along its 3-billion-year journey, from its rough form in the caves of ancient India to modern times.
The educational talks are free and open to the public, covering a range of gemology topics.
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