Enrico Rossi was born in Tripoli (Libya) in 1960. He graduated in 1979. By public competition, in 1981, he was hired by the National Research Council with the qualification of ATP. Intended to work at the NMR Service of the Research Area of Rome1, focuses its studies and work activity on the development and use of NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE. In the early 1980s he also began his collaboration with Dr. Annalaura Segre that will lead him to work on different topics, from the characterization of polymers and drugs to food studies (characterization of extra virgin olive oil) and, in more recent times, to those on Cultural Heritage thanks to the development of non-invasive NMR instruments and analysis techniques. Since 1990 he has been responsible for the management of the NMR equipment on which he operates. In 1999 he won a public competition obtaining the qualification of CTER IV level, at the Institute of Crystallography of the CNR. Subsequently, in 2002, he asked for, and obtained, the transfer to the Institute of Chemical Methodologies, the current Institute for Biological Systems. Since 2008 he has been at the ISB Secondary Headquarters, in Rome, where he deals with the management of the NMR Spectrometer.