Winner of EAT FORUM Global Innovation Award

June 3, 2016

COO, Erik Lindberg wins EAT FORUM Global Innovation Award for Innoscentia AB.

Recipient of 50 000 €

May 3, 2016

Innoscentia AB received 50 000 € for prototype development from Vinnova.

Receives additional 65 000 € in soft money

May 1, 2016

Innoscentia AB received an additional funding of 65 000 € from Vinnova.

Top 25 Nordic Cleantech Companies

February 15, 2016

Innoscentia AB was voted as one of the top 25 Nordic Cleantech Companies in Nordic Cleantech Open.

Another 65 000 € from Vinnova

January 1, 2016

Innoscentia AB received an additional funding of 65 000 € from Vinnova.

CEO Voted as the Most Innovative Entrepreneur of the Year

November 10, 2015

Robin Thiberg was voted as the most innovative entrepreneur of the year 2016 according to SISP and ÅForsk.

PwC’s Innovation of the Year Award Finalist.

September 23, 2015

Innoscentia was one of eight finalists for PwC’s Innovation of the Year award (2015).

Serendipity Challenge Finalist

August 12, 2015

Innoscentia was one of the 24 startup and growing companies that qualified as the finalist at Serendipity Challenge 2015.

Receives 50 000 € (soft money)

July 21, 2015

Innoscentia AB receives funding of 600 000 SEK from Vinnova to verify market and costumer traction.

Innoscentia AB incorporated.

May 20, 2015

Company is incorporated as Innoscentia AB.

Initial funding for technical verification

January 1, 2015

Funding of 50 000 SEK is obtained from LU Innovation System for technical verification.

Innovation Award

November 21, 2014

The technology is awarded 1st prize at Innocarnival, Innovation contest.

Winner of “Open-Up”

September 23, 2014

Innoscentia won 1st place in Packbridge’s innovation contest, Open Up, with the printable concept of sensing ink for food status detection.

New entrepreneurial team members

April 1, 2014

Erik Lindberg & Robin Thiberg became members of the lean startup project, Innoscentia.

First Prof of Concept

September 23, 2013

Martin Olsson, for the first time, synthesized Innoscentia’s proprietary sensing ink with experimental results showing a color change in the ink, from red to green, specifically for carboxylic acids, which are one of the components of bacterial food degradation.

First pre-study funding

April 14, 2013

Martin Olsson received 25 000 SEK in soft funding from ALMI Företagspartner.

The idea is born

June 23, 2012

Inventor, Martin Olsson, having had stomach flu, twice in a row, in the same year, came up with the idea to develop a technology to print sensing materials onto the package of food products to evaluate the health of the food.