By Amanda Schroeder, Director, Public Relations, Georgia Research Alliance
If someone asked you to name something that’s been invented in Georgia – besides Coca-Cola – what would you say?
The Georgia Research Alliance is giving the city and state’s leadership 25 answers to that question. As part of its silver anniversary year, GRA has been rolling out “25 Breakthroughs in Georgia,” a series of short write-ups about the most notable inventions and discoveries that have emerged from the state’s universities.
Now, a new video from GRA takes the series a step further. Produced and narrated by Lance Russell, creator of “The Stories of Atlanta,” the video celebrates scientific ingenuity in our state and hints at what might come next from Georgia’s university laboratories.
From cancer treatments and HIV medications to enduring hydrangeas and extending the shelf life of fruits, the innovations will make an impact for generations to come.
You can find out more about these breakthroughs here.
If you are looking for an inspiring video to showcase Georgia’s inventive spirit at an upcoming event or conference, check out this video below.