DiaMondaine Diamantaires Club mulls diamond safari tours in southern Africa

DiaMondaine Diamantaires Club (DDC) is set to organise diamond safari tours in southern Africa, home to major diamond-producing countries. DDC founder Agnes Abdulahu told Rough&Polished’s Mathew Nyaungwa that the launch of the first diamond safari...

15 july 2024

Vladislav Zhdanov: Questions of efficiency and investment potential of diamond mining versus diamond growing pique keen interest

Vladislav Zhdanov is Professor at the National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE). He told Rough&Polished about new researches into the effectiveness of diamond production methods.

02 july 2024

Why it's expensive to cut and polish diamonds in Africa? ADMA president António Oliveira has the answer

The African Diamond Manufacturers Association (ADMA) president António Oliveira told Rough&Polished’s Mathew Nyaungwa in an exclusive interview that the lack of a robust infrastructure in Africa fails to accelerate and encourage manufacturing...

24 june 2024

Edahn Golan: IPO feasible but not Anglo’s preferred way to sell De Beers

Edahn Golan, owner of the eponymous Edahn Golan Diamond Research and Data, told Rough&Polished's Mathew Nyaungwa in an exclusive interview that while an IPO of De Beers is “feasible,"  he does not think this is a route Anglo American...

17 june 2024

GemsCouture- avant-garde by Victor Moiseikin

Jewelry items and precious souvenirs of the MOISEIKIN jewelry brand are in the museums and private collections of world celebrities, representatives of the political and cultural elite - from Xi Jinping to the British Windsors, from Angela Merkel to...

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Remote monitoring of health of local residents launched in Yamal

27 february 2024

A project for daily remote monitoring of patients with chronic diseases has been launched in Yamal-Nenets Autonomous District, TASS reports citing the press service of the regional government.

“Daily monitoring of health of patients with diabetes mellitus, arterial hypertension, ischemia and chronic heart failure will be carried out by doctors from Salekhard, Noyabrsk, Nadym and Novy Urengoy hospitals. 2,600 Yamal residents will take part in the project,” the press release notes.

Patients will be given “smart” devices for measuring indicators, and readings from them will be transmitted to doctors online. The observation will last on average up to one and a half months, then patients will be transferred to a robotic call, the information collected as a result of which will be uploaded to the doctor’s personal account.

A pilot project for dispensary observation will also be launched, which will last for three months.

Theodor Lisovoy, Editor in Chief of the European bureau, Rough&Polished