In a lab on the 7th floor of the Boyd Graduate Studies Research Center at UGA in the 1970s, Alumnus Marion Bradford created his legacy. A theory he pursued because he thought it would save scientists time in the laboratory turned part of his doctoral dissertation into one of the most cited scientific papers in history—and invented an analytic process that revolutionized biochemical research. Read more about this Georgia Groundbreaker.
UGA alumnus has one of the most cited research papers on record.
October 2, 2019