Scott was diagnosed with ulcerative colitis in 2009. He struggled with the related dietary issues and food intolerances from IBD, which drove him to found Nima. Nima is the world’s first portable gluten sensor, allowing people to test their food for gluten and determine if is contaminated. Designed to give everyone the ability to understand and control their health through diet and to provide peace of mind at mealtime, Nima has been recognized as one of Time Magazine’s Best Inventions. It will launch a peanut sensor in 2018, and will expand to other contaminants and allergens, ike pesticides and dairy in the future. Scott was awarded Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 award for his work with Nima.