In the News

Lexplore’s ability to map reading skills is based on science and advanced AI technology. It is a method that has attracted a great deal of attention in international contexts.

“Three of five of the best Nordic startups are Edtech.”

Swedish Edtech Industry 

“New tools for schools.”

Tech & Learning 

“5 start-ups engagées dans l’innovation font partie des lauréats de la 4e édition du concours européen lancé par l’accélérateur EIT Digital. Elles ont été distinguées dans les catégories industrie du futur, smart cities, fintech, e-santé et infrastructures numériques.”

Le Monde Informatique 

”Five European Deep Tech ventures to watch out for in 2018: The EIT Digital Challenge winners”

 PublicNow

”EIT Digital Challenge: 5 deep tech scaleups to watch in 2018”

 Tech.eu

”Five European Deep Tech Ventures to Watch out for in 2018”

 Spoke

”This cool AI tool spots dyslexia as kid read”  

The Memo

”Introducing the Top 8 EdTech Trends for 2018: Are You Ready?”

 Medium

”AI may help screen for dyslexia”

 The Cite

”EIT Digital Challenge: Lexplore named Best Scale-up in Digital Wellbeing”

 Public Now

 Shifter: ”Bilder fra Slush 2017: Roboter, bilvrak og nettverking på Nordens største tech-konferanse” >>

 The Memo: ”Meet the future of learning from the Nordic Edtech Award” >>

 Edsurge: ”How AI and Eye Tracking could soon help schools screen for dyslexia” >>

 New Zeeland Education Review: ”10 global Education innovations to inspire Kiwi educators” >>

 Education Technology: ” The very best of Scandi EdTech” >>

 Nordic Mentor Network For Entrepreneurship: ”Lexplore raises 5,6 million dollars in funding to take eye-tracking software for dyslexia to the US.” >>

 Microsoft: ”Swedish researchers build dyslexia screening tool with cloud-based analytics solution.”

 Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella on Lexplore as an example ofhow their technology is used to make theworld a better place. 

 Lexplore’s CEO Fredrik Wetterhall on Lexplore for Microsoft France

Awards

 

Fast Company

In 2019, Fast Company recognized Lexplore as one of the world’s most innovative companies.


Hundred

HundrED.org is a not-for-profit organization that discovers inspiring innovations in K12 education. HundrED’s goal is to help improve education and inspire a grassroots movement through encouraging pedagogically sound, ambitious innovations to spread across the world. Lexplore was recognized as one of the world’s 100 most inspiring innovations in education in October 2017.


Nordic Edtech Award 2017

Winner of NordicEdTechAward, a competition in which the Nordic region’s best innovations within Edtech compete against each other.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


EdTech Startup Award 2016

Winner of ED Tech Startup awards 2016. The jury’s motivation: “Optolexia – to highlight and solve a significant societal problem with cutting edge technology and a research-based solution that is easy to use, scalable and cost-effective.”

 

 

 


EIT Digital Challenge

Winner of the EIT Digital Challenge 2017 in the category “Digital Wellbeing” at the European Institute and Technology (EIT).


The 33 List

Appointed to one of Sweden’s 33 most innovative companies in 2017 by NyTeknik and Affärsvärlden.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SvD & Carnegie

SvD Näringsliv and the investment bank Carnegie’s prize “Entrepreneur of the future”


Serendipity Challenge 2016

Finalist in the Serendipity Challenge 2016.