Bryné Hadnott

Data Curator and Storyteller, KIPAC

Bryné Hadnott has an eclectic background with experience in art, creative nonfiction, and scientific research. Her research interests have included the production of organic aerosols on Saturn's moon, Titan; spectroscopy of -OH bearing martian minerals; and automating observing time on the Magellan Planet Finder Spectrograph. At KIPAC, she is working on telling the fascinating stories of the scientists uncovering the newest mysteries in astrophysics, while developing Python tools and visualizations that will help engage the public in scientific discovery. When she isn't trying to write or bargaining with her computer to get her code to work, she can often be found enjoying nature through hiking, bouldering, and gardening. 

KIPAC Member
Office(s)
Physics Astrophysics Building/Fred Kavli Building