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The Gemological Institute of America is organising quarterly sessions in New York where researchers will share their latest gemmological discoveries on natural diamond formation and lab-grown diamonds, to name a few.
One of the pillars of the Gemological Institute of America is retiring after 29 years of dedicated service to the institute and its mission to protect consumers, leaving behind a remarkable and enduring legacy.
The Gemological Institute of America Board of Governors has welcomed Patricia Ann ‘Kiko’ Harvey, inspector general and director of oversight at the United Nations World Food Programme, as the newest member to the institute’s governing body.
GIA has included natural fancy colour diamonds to its Diamond Origin Report, which scientifically matches faceted D-to-Z and now fancy colour diamonds to the original rough to confirm their country of origin.
The Gemological Institute of America has revised its education materials and updated its grading reports for laboratory-grown diamonds to align with the Federal Trade Commission’s revised Jewelry Guides.