“The University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is proud to support FutureVerse as an embodiment of our commitment to pioneering agricultural and environmental innovation,” said Nick Place, Dean, University of Georgia’s College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences. “UGA CAES leads the charge in shaping a sustainable future, and through FutureVerse, we eagerly anticipate sharing our research and endeavors, illustrating how we are not just feeding and fueling our world today but paving the way for generations to come.”

“Georgia State University’s Robinson College of Business is thrilled to be part of FutureVerse. This exciting new venture aligns with Robinson’s vision, Innovation for All, and our strategic imperative to infuse high-impact experiential learning throughout the curriculum. As part of a leading research university, it is in our DNA to break boundaries to solve the biggest problems of today and tomorrow. We look forward to collaborating with FutureVerse.”

“FutureVerse is a bold initiative, and I am excited to help bring it to fruition,” said Bert Reeves, Vice President of Institute Relations at Georgia Tech. At Georgia Tech, we are as focused on the future as any place you will find. By sharing our immense research initiatives and student-led technology startups, we can help transform tomorrow and build a Museum of the Future to empower and inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs.”

“FutureVerse will be an incredible new attraction for Atlanta, offering interactive exhibits tailored to school curriculums,” Dr. Scott Boden, Chief Strategy Officer, Emory Healthcare and Woodruff Health Science Center. “It will inspire the next generation of physicians, scientists, engineers and artists.”

“As Atlanta continues to be a top destination for people from across the globe, the proposed FutureVerse Museum will be a one-of-a-kind, immersive, educational experience that will complement existing attractions in downtown Atlanta,”

“Morehouse School of Medicine is very excited about FutureVerse, America’s Museum of the Future, which will have one of the most innovative medical museums in the country when it opens. With a focus on health and the environment, this creative venue provides a space to showcase research initiatives aimed at helping to reduce health disparities and improve health equity in underserved communities.”

“Supporting FutureVerse means supporting Atlanta’s future as a global innovation hub,” Joel Bush, Partner, Kilpatrick, Townsend & Stockton. “Kilpatrick is a forward-looking and tech-focused firm counseling some of the world’s most innovative companies. It is natural for Kilpatrick to support this exciting edutainment attraction which will springboard growth in our city.”