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The lab is partnering with Swiss research and development center CSEM to automate the determination of gem origin and authenticity.
It’s the first in what will be a series of projects called “ReSet,” aimed at changing public perceptions around mined diamonds.
The Shenzhen take-in window has opened just months after a new branch in Shanghai.
The Washington Companies, affiliates of the company that currently owns Dominion, were the only bidders for the mining company.
The mine that produces the pink stones, as well red and purple diamonds, is set to close at the end of the year.
It’s the second largest find since Crater of Diamonds became a state park in 1972.
The updated layout includes enhanced security features and will debut in October.
Ana de Armas, who scored a Globe nod for her performance in “Knives Out,” is the face of the Natural Diamond Council’s marketing push.
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