The Very Deep Origin of the World’s Biggest Diamonds
Explores an exceptional family of diamonds, referred to as “CLIPPIR” (Cullinan-like, Large, Inclusion-Poor, Pure, Irregular and Resorbed), that formed in a super-deep environment.
The Unexpected Origins of Big Diamonds
Dr Evan Smith, Ph.D., GIA research scientist, has dedicated his work to methodically characterising the inclusions found in rare diamonds. In this video presentation recorded at the 2017 JCK Las Vegas show, Smith shares his findings on the unexpected ori
Postdoctoral Programme Gives Scientists Access to Rare Research Opportunities
GIA’s postdoctoral programme gives researchers access to gemmological data, equipment, and rare, unusual and large gems in its laboratories.
Recent Advances in Understanding the Geology of Diamonds
Examines the last two decades’ advances in analysing and understanding the formation of natural diamonds, and their relation to the Earth’s formation.