History

nadicom was founded in February 2002 by PhD biologist Dr. Bernhard Nüsslein in Marburg. Since then, the company, as a spin-off of Max-Planck-Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology, provides services in the fields of genetic identification of microorganisms and applied microbiology.
 

Max-Planck-Institute for Terrestrial Microbiology in Marburg
 
 
In 2002, nadicom won the innovation award for its business concept awarded by the start-up initiative "Science 4Life". Since its foundation, the company has steadily increased its turnover and number of employees and expanded in September 2005 to its new laboratories and offices in Karlsruhe.
 
Since June 2007 our Irish partner Genetic Detection Ltd. supports us in serving the British and Irish market.
 
In 2008 our laboratory achieved the GMP certification from the Regional Council in Tuebingen, Germany.
 
In 2009 we launched the ITS database for our successful software package tree by nadicom.
 
Our classification database for microorganisms fybase by nadicom was presented in 2010.
 
In 2012 we celebrated our 10th company anniversary.
 
The GMP recertification in Spring 2013 confirms that nadicom is accredited as test laboratory for specific microbiological and molecular analyses and tests relevant to release in accordance with the EU directives for pharmaceuticals.
 
Since 2015 we have developed in agricultural microbiology and specialised in the development and production of yield-enhancing organic fertilizers (rhizo power®).
 
In 2016 our product rhizo power® was registered as soil additive for organic agriculture in Germany and in 2017 with the Irish Organic Farmers and Growers Association (IOFGA) in Ireland.
 
In 2017 we also celebrated our 15th company anniversary.
 
The GMP department of nadicom GmbH was sold to BioChem Laboratory for biological and chemical analyses GmbH, Karlsruhe, in March 2018. At the same time, nadicom opted for a strategic reorientation focussing on the agricultural sector (rhizo power®).