Want your Success Story to be Part of our Collection? It's easy. Being part of the Better World Project Collection allows both AUTM, policymakers and your institution to promote your good work and the positive impact that academic research commercialization has on the globe. We've put together an FAQ to answer your quetions. Or if you're ready, complete the form below. What does it take to submit a story for the Better World Project? The technology is licensed. A product is for sale or a prototype is in use. The technology highlights a successful partnership between academia and industry. What’s the name of your invention? Which research institution(s) made this possible? Research Institution City, State, Country Tell us about your innovation in 400 words (or less): What does it do and who or what does it impact? We love previously published press releases or other polished work we have permission to put on our website. Want a great example? Check out the Honeycrisp apple story – changing the world one bite at a time! It has all the key components AND it's a great read. Give us a 280-character tweet to promote your success. Submit an awesome, high res photo of the invention. A landscape photo (4x6) with a resolution of 720 x 1080px or higher is preferred. To make it easier for others to find your technology, select the categories that best describe your innovation. Clean Water - Groundwater, arsenic removal, pollution abatement, desalination, etc.Fighting Cancer - Any cancer drug or related treatment.Gear & Gizmos - Prosthetics, robotics, and cool tech gizmos.Mega Medicines - Game-changing drugs like those that treat Cancer, HIV, Malaria, etc.On the Farm - Crop innovations, farm animals, bees, seeds, etc.The Environment - Tech that helps the environment like bio fuel, wind farms, recycling, etc.The Gene Pool - Genetics and DNA , etc. How do we reach you? Name Phone Email Enter security code: What’s next? Some of the stories submitted are turned into professionally-written pieces. Some of them are edited slighted and included in the database for all to see. Some are just not ready for prime-time. We’ll let you know once you submit. Questions? If you need help, please contact Leef Smith Barnes or Paul Stark.