GIA Looks To Stretch Potential in 2004 Projects

At the summer meeting of the Gemological Institute of America's International Executive Committee, held July 28 at the Plaza Hotel in New York, GIA president William Boyajian and other top GIA leaders brought an audience of industry leaders up to date on the institute's progress on both the scientific and educational fronts. The theme "Stretching Our Potential" will be emphasized in all GIA programs, including education, laboratory, research, and GIA Gem Instruments, in 2004. In the research arena, GIA's primary focus for 2004 will be to finish its diamond cut project and begin including cut on its diamond grading reports, and to continue to analyze and further develop identification and detection methods for both high-pressure/high-temperature (HPHT) treatment of diamonds and bulk-diffusion treatment of sapphires. Tom Moses outlined the institute's current findings in both HPHT diam

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