Leveraging 25 years of experience in the fields of high-resolution NMR, programming and Macintosh computers, we try to create something useful, lasting, simple and affordable for the delight and the productivity of scientists worldwide.
Giuseppe Balacco studied Medicinal Chemistry in Bari, started a PhD in the group of Giovanni Natile (Bari), stayed four months in the group of I.D. Campbell (Oxford), then moved to Menarini Ricerche (Florence) where he worked for 16 years and six months as NMR spectroscopist. As a programmer he wrote SwaN-MR in 1993, Sweet-J in 1995 and iNMR in 2005, plus some computer games for DOS and Mac OS 7. Founded Nucleomatica in 2006.
Cecilia Marino studied in Bari and in Siena. She joined Nucleomatica in May 2006.
Our seat is located in Molfetta, Italy.