Jennifer DeLaOsa
Associate Editor

Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with minors in Technical Writing and Music from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Throughout her college career, she participated in the Rutgers Marching Scarlet Knights, Pep Band, Concert Band, and Symphony Band, wailing away on both the mellophone and French horn. Juggling her passion for science and the arts, Jennifer loves both writing and the technical side of life. Jennifer's interests include fiddling around with an Arduino, crocheting, and watching superhero movies.

The Applied Power Electronics Conference (APEC) focuses on the vast power electronics industry. Held in Tampa, Florida, at the Tampa Convention Center from...
3.24.2017
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Connected gadgets encompass a broad range of consumer products, spanning from smart home appliances to interactive dolls for children. These items all fall...
3.23.2017
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NASA is currently working on a pathfinder relay satellite known as the Laser Communications Relay Demonstration (LCRD), which may be the first steps towards...
3.22.2017
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Certain chemical compounds known as organophosphates are used as the foundation for many herbicides, insecticides, and nerve agents. Even though they are...
3.22.2017
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TechCode and Silicon Catalyst have recently partnered to spur advancement in the semiconductor ecosystem through fostering the reach of startup companies....
3.21.2017
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Engineers at the University of Utah have discovered a new material aimed at shaking up the power industry. This discover could lead to wearable generators and...
3.21.2017
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Gallium nitride (GaN) is a vital piece of technology with reaching influence in a variety of fields, including cosmic operations. Recently, imec and its...
3.20.2017
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In a virtual reality (VR) environment, scientists at Disney Research were able to successfully (and reliably) catch a real, physical ball. "As virtual...
3.20.2017
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Little PUFFER the robot will soon be part of NASA’s space exploration arsenal, traveling cosmic terrains like Mars and Jupiter's moon Europa. The PUFFER...
3.17.2017
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A surgical robot specifically designed for high-precision cochlear implantation was recently developed by a team of engineers and surgeons from the Inselspital...
3.17.2017
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Imagine folding up a cumbersome electronic device into a convenient, pocket-sized gadget. This idea may soon turn into reality thanks to a newly developed and...
3.16.2017
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According to recent results published in Nature, scientists have successfully stored a single bit of digital information within an individual atom. This...
3.15.2017
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Engineers from the University of California, San Diego and startup Nanovision Bioscience Inc. have recently created a new type of retinal prosthesis. This...
3.14.2017
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Usually when a drone crashes, it’s nothing but bad news for the hardware components. Instead of fortifying the drone's design to minimize damage upon...
3.10.2017
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At the CS International Conference, nanoelectronics and digital technology company imec presented promising devices results that may change the future of...
3.10.2017
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Bell Helicopter recently shared its vision for the future of air travel—the FCX-001. This rotorcraft was unveiled at the Heli-Expo 2017 held in Dallas, Texas...
3.9.2017
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As we're rapidly heading towards a connected society, Goodyear plans to add to that vision with smart, connected tire technology. At this year's...
3.8.2017
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The spaceflight company Blue Origin is hard at work preparing for the first launch of the New Glenn – a powerful, heavy-lift rocket. Just this week, the...
3.7.2017
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Automakers are consistently driving vehicle technology towards a safer (and autonomous) future. This week, Toyota’s Research Institute (TRI) unveiled its next-...
3.3.2017
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NASA recently released an exciting discovery, revealing seven Earth-sized planets around the TRAPPIST-1 star. Three of these planets were located inside the...
3.3.2017
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Wearable gizmos and gadgets are plastered all over the market. From fitness trackers to communication devices, consumers are obsessed with wearing the latest...
3.2.2017
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Demands for efficient battery management in our evolving, technological environment continue to drive current systems to their limits. When boundaries are...
3.2.2017
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Thanks to Cobalt Robotics, a new line of robot security guards might be assisting their human counterparts. The robo-guards have 60 embedded sensors including...
3.1.2017
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TASER International has recently released the Axon Signal Sidearm. This device is a wireless sensor that activates a police officer’s body camera when their...
3.1.2017
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The autonomous car market isn’t slowing down any time soon. According to Statista, the projected global market size for vehicles featuring some sense of...
3.1.2017
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High-tech sensors will be installed into streetlights across the U.S. thanks to a recent deal with General Electric (GE), Intel, and AT&T. San Diego will...
2.27.2017
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Thanks to the noble efforts of firefighters, miners, and a high school robotics team, a four-month-old puppy was rescued from a well in Istanbul, Turkey last...
2.24.2017
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Often used for monitoring air quality and leakage alerts, gas sensors are essential. Smart gas sensors communicate and process signals and if properly...
2.23.2017
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This week UPS released video footage of a successful drone delivery test. Launching from the top of a UPS vehicle, the device took off to its target...
2.23.2017
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Recent results from the Ben-Gurion University of Negev have confirmed the harmful powers of a data-stealing drone. The device’s built-in cameras outmaneuvered...
2.22.2017
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British startup Ultrahaptics and automotive supplier HARMAN will work together to create a haptic driver feedback system. While using this device, the driver...
2.22.2017
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Wireless connectivity has become commonplace for many individuals throughout the world. It’s typical for homes to have a WiFi router, which supplies families...
2.17.2017
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We've come a long way from our humble evolutionary beginnings. Each person has slowly shaped the world we see and experience today, bustling with...
2.17.2017
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According to the World Health Organization, an estimated 285 million people are visually impaired worldwide (39 million are blind and 246 million have low...
2.17.2017
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A Norwegian-African cooperative project is currently developing a wireless network of sensors tasked with preventing mine explosions. It’s imperative that a...
2.15.2017
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Although it may seem like robots are slowly taking over the work force, when it comes to dangerous occupations, we're happy to relinquish control. Bomb...
2.15.2017
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For the first time, atomic force microscopy (AFM) was used to pattern and image electronic circuits at an atomic level. Taleana Huff, a PhD student at the...
2.13.2017
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Usually, modern batteries aren't constrained by capacity woes, but rather their overall life span. After a few years of heavy use, the lithium-ion pack...
2.13.2017
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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) US LLC recently announced that all 2017 Dodge Charger Pursuit law enforcement vehicles will undergo a major technology upgrade...
2.10.2017
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