Hannah Dromiack is a Ph.D. candidate (Physics) at Arizona State University studying new methods for agnostic life detection using macroscale behaviors displayed by living organisms. She also is a contractor for NASA Ames Research Center researching Martian rotorcraft and future uses. Her research background includes experience in experimental testing of hardware, data analysis of both living and non-living specimens, modelling, and theoretical development. She is passionate about finding meaningful bridges between fundamental science and practical applications currently focused extraplanetary exploration.