Developed in Germany & assembled in the USA
Made by a group of renowned German scientists with decades of experience along with American Entrepreneurs.
The Better Tomorrow Project LLC is a revolutionary clean-tech company that researches, develops, manufactures and distributes proprietary and patented anti-viral products under the brand ATMOFIZER.
Our products are manufactured with world-wide patents developed by world renowned German scientists. Our clean-tech is disruptive in nature and solves the real-world problems created by the COVID-19 pandemic.
We currently market our products throughout North America and Latin America.
Over 15 years of research and development efforts on clean-tech were based on one simple yet crucial mission:
“To help customers feel safe and to support facilities to operate safely and free from airborne pathogens.”
The Better Tomorrow Project’s inventions have been demonstrating their pioneering disinfection power since the SARS pandemic of 2013.
Prof. Dr. Gregor Luthe
Chemist & Toxicologist & Nanotechnologist & Inventor & CTO of The Better Tomorrow Project
Prof. Dr. Gregor Luthe is a distinguished professor, researcher, inventor and well-regarded internationally known pioneer in the fields of toxicology, nanotechnology and chemistry. As CTO of The Better Tomorrow Project, LLC he heads biotech research and development.
Born in Germany, Prof. Dr. Luthe studied chemistry, biology and physics the University of Muenster and received his PhD in the Netherlands from VU University in Amsterdam in 2002. He went on to be a lecturer at Saxion University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. In 2002, he received the Marie Curie Scholarship of the European Council and was a senior researcher at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Norway. In 2005, Prof. Dr. Luthe was the recipient of the Feodor Lynen Research Scholarship of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, which enabled him to be a visiting professor in human toxicology at the University of Iowa.
Acknowledged as a foreign countries tutor of the Germany Society of Chemists for the Netherlands in 2007, he relocated to Hawaii to lecture at the University of Hawaii at Hilo as a visiting professor, and moved back to Germany, where he was appointed head of the nanotechnology chair at Saxion University of Applied Sciences in 2012. In 2013, Science Guide chose him as one of the 15 most inspiring professors in the Netherlands.
As an previous entrepreneur and inventor, Prof. Dr. Luthe was the founder of a company called Smart Material Printing which developed 3D printing on antibacterial surfaces, as well as a company called Nanobay, a micro technology and nanotechnology platform that supports members with news, developments and marketplace opportunities.
Founder & CEO
15+ years start-up and business development experience. Leadership roles with Vapiano, PublicLight and AIS.
Business Administration at the University of Kiel Germany.
Founder & CFO
25+ years operations and finance experience. Leadership roles with Purekana, TELUS, GLG, and other start-ups.
Holds CPA (CMA), CFA designations + an international MBA.