ALROSA TECHNOLOGY, the diamond science and technology firm that is jointly owned by ALROSA and the Technological Institute for Superhard and Novel Carbon Materials (FSBI TISNCM) of Russia, will present its new-generation ALROSA Diamond Inspector for the screening and identification of natural diamonds, treated diamonds, laboratory-grown diamonds (LGDs) and simulants at the Fifth Mediterranean Gemmological and Jewellery Conference in Cyprus (May18) and at a special seminar session at the Israel Diamond Bourse (May 21). 
The ALROSA Diamond Inspector is a portable mini-laboratory for complex optical diamonds testing. It is designed to identify the natural origin of polished diamonds using three different analytical methods.
Vladimir Sklyaruk of ALROSA TECHNOLOGY will demonstrate the ALROSA Diamond Inspector on Saturday, May 18, the second day of the Conference. Representatives of ALROSA TECHNOLOGY will also present the new tool on May 21 (02.30-04.30 pm) at the Israel Diamond Exchange in Ramat Gan during a post-conference "Diamond Day in Israel."
Here, MGJC Co-Chair Branko Deljanin will speak about "The provenance of pink Diamonds from four continents and seven countries," as well as about "Steps in the identification of synthetic diamonds." The "Diamond Day in Israel" will include a workshop where, at five different stations, a choice of different, advanced diamond identification tools will be demonstrated. The "Diamond Day in Israel" will conclude with a visit to the factory of DDS Company, the Sarine offices and laboratory at the exchange, and a visit the Israel Diamond Exchange complex and trading floor.
The Fifth Mediterranean Gemmological and Jewellery conference will take place at Limassol, Cyprus, May 17-19, 2019. For more information on conference program, the workshops and lectures, the pre-conference Cyprus tours and the...