Approaching the Diamond Age

Carnegie Institution researchers have learned to produce 10-carat, 12mm thick diamonds at rates of about 100µm per hour, which in the diamond business is blazingly fast. These aren’t industrial diamonds either, but gem-quality stones. The goal is to create a 300 carat diamond in whatever shape they want — via Science Blog

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