We are so proud of being included in the Swedish Climate Startup Map!
We are grateful to be one of the winners of the Swedish Mining Innovation award!
We are proud to announce that we are among the winners of Åforsk entrepreneur stipend 2023!
Här listas de 10 innovativa entreprenörer som tilldelas ÅForsk Entreprenörsstipendium 2023 - SISP
Lotsen visited us in Ytterby mine when we started our pilot. Read the story here.
Svampar äter olja i Ytterby Gruva | Waxholms Lotsen
Follow the link to see our press release regarding our project at Ytterby mine.
Svampar äter olja - Mycomine upprättar reningsverk i Ytterby gruva | Sting (Stockholm Innovation & Growth) (mynewsdesk.com)
We were visited by Swedish television to talk about our pilot project in Ytterby mine. SVT.se
Interview with Magnus and Kristoffer at Södertälje Scinece Week 2023.
Our project ”MycoCube – a biological and portable treatment plant” are supported by Vinnova. We are accepted in the call “Innovative Impact Startups autumn 2022”.
MycoMine can proudly announce a partnership with Fortifikationsverket in which we will install our first pilot. See more under Projects.
We are proud to announce that we are accepted to Sting Incubator Fall 2022.
We are happy to announce that we have been accepted into Produktionsänglar's program for industrial upscaling.
We are proud winners of the SKAPA innovation prize in Stockholm county 2022!
We are happy to announce that we`ve received ALM'I's verfication funds. Now we'll construct the first up-scaled prototype.
Microscopic fungi that eat pollutants, research that can be used for remediation purposes.
Magnus and Kristoffer talk about their research on how to use fungi for remediation purposes. Read more in Naturvetaren at their website
We are visited by Swedish television to talk about our ideas of creating cleaner environments by using fungi. See the news feature at SVT.se
Magnus appears on Swedish radio to talk about mines and green methods of cleening underground enviroments. Listen to the feature at sverigesradio.se
Article about underground fungi that can live on and degrade polutants. Read more at tidningensyre.se