Tyler Scherr is a licensing associate at UNeMed, working with university inventors to protect and market their intellectual property. A science enthusiast and occasional inventor, he always enjoys hearing new ideas and is passionate about connecting people to resources. A native of Aberdeen, S.D., he holds a bachelor’s degree in biosystems engineering from the University of Nebraska in Lincoln and a doctoral degree in biomedical research from the University of Nebraska Medical Center. His interests in 3D printing generally include all medical applications, from medical device prototyping to bioprinting. He also enjoys utilizing 3D printing for STEM education and outreach. Tyler is a member of the Omaha-based medical 3D Printing consortium, NE-3D Health, the Omaha STEM Ecosystem, and a contributor to the Innovation Overground podcast. In his free time, Tyler enjoys spending time outdoors with his wife, Joelle, 6-year-old son, Jaxton, and golden retriever, Evie.