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September 16, 2019


Diamonds On The Bottom Of The Sea

According to new research, most diamonds found at the Earth’s surface are made of carbon from recycled ancient seabed. It’s been a theory for a while, since some diamonds have traces of salt trapped in them.

December 22, 2016


A group of scientists has figured out a way to dope diamonds at a relatively low temperature without damaging them.

Diamonds May Be A Cell Phone Manufacturer’s New Best Friend

Diamonds may replace silicon as the semiconductor in cell phones.

July 18, 2011


How Old Are Diamonds?

Mysteries, facts, and the age of the diamond you've been eying...

June 24, 2010


Lab-Grown Engagement Rings?

Find out the difference between naturally-mined gems and cultured gems.

October 8, 2009


Why Diamonds Really Are Forever

Nothing will scratch or damage a diamond, while a diamond can scratch any other material on Earth. So what makes them so tough?

October 23, 2007


Peanut Butter Diamonds

You probably have some peanut butter in the cabinet right? Well, get it out, we're making diamonds!

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