At the age of 9, Ethan Lieberman’s father started work at Beckman Coulter Inc. The science demonstrations he saw during events like Take-Your-Child-to-Work Day sparked a lifelong interest in medical technology and engineering. Ethan began to develop his technical background by studying computer science and programming during his secondary education. While earning his B.S. in Biomedical Engineering from UC Irvine, Ethan Lieberman gained academic and professional experience with the development of medical devices and supplemented this with additional biology and chemistry courses. Founding Syroto Bioprinters with his team has enabled Ethan to draw from the breadth of his experience to develop innovative solutions that take biology, mechanics, and computer systems into account.