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Diamonds are a Geologist's Best Friend

Diamonds are a Geologists Best Friend

Diamonds may adorn the crowns of kings and engagement rings, but they are genuinely a geologist’s best friend. Here at Carnegie Science, we use diamonds for more than their stunning sparkle. From revealing planetary formation to exploring efficient energy, here are four ways Carnegie Scientists look to diamonds to better understand our world.

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