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Instruments Revolutionize Gem Identification Process

An overview of how GIA's instrument development helped gemologist identify gemstones

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“Candelabra” Necklace
The Rock Hound: Muzo Emeralds and Ethical Practices

Susi Smither discusses her sustainable, responsible, and ethically based business practices.

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Mining site at Zahamena National Park, Madagascar
The Color of Responsibility: Ethical Issues and Solutions in Colored Gemstones

Examines the challenges of ethical sourcing and production of colored stones, and what some industry leaders are doing to address the situation.

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Grandics, wearing black-framed glasses, is behind a bouquet of point-shaped molds.
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Emerging Designer Wins Grant to Create Ethical Brand

Designer’s frequent world travels laid a foundation of creative experimentation, design inspiration and social responsibility.

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Sustainably mined yellow sapphire with a transparent chain of custody.
Ethical and Sustainable Vertical Integration in the Sapphire Market

The recession of 2008 transforms a gem business into a vertically integrated operation.

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Developments in Gemstone Analysis Techniques and Instrumentation During the 2000s

The first decade of the 2000s continued the trend of using more powerful analytical instruments to solve gem identification problems.

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Scientific Instruments Help Researchers Tell Gem Stories

Scientific Instruments Help Researchers Tell Gem Stories

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Scientific Instruments Help Researchers Tell Gem Stories

GIA researchers use scientific instruments to help unravel the mysteries of the gems.

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Portable Instruments and Tips on Practical Gemology in the Field

Buying gems or jewelry can be challenging even when one has access to a fully equipped lab.

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“Ethics of Jewelry” panelists at the Met.
"The Ethics of Jewelry" at MetFridays

A summary of “The Ethics of Jewelry” panel, held at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art on January 25, 2019.

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