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.

In her downtime, you can find Jennifer reluctantly going to the gym, struggling to play string instruments, and hanging out with her goofy Australian shepherd. 

In the future, wearable electronics could draw power from bacteria-powered bio-batteries made entirely of fabric. Researchers at Binghamton University, State...
12.7.2017
2:29pm
Leaving the comforts of Earth behind, astronauts face many dangers in the depths of space. Zero-gravity conditions can cause confusion, disorientation, and...
12.6.2017
12:59pm
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cleared the very first medical device for the Apple Watch. The approved device is a sensor that detects irregular...
12.1.2017
4:20pm
Together, ESA and Rolls-Royce will explore how space technology can help develop remote-controlled and autonomous ships. The partnership was cemented with a...
12.1.2017
12:54pm
Car doors are dangerous for cyclists. Semcon's patent pending solution called Life Sticker aims to keep bike riders safe from parked cars abruptly opening...
11.30.2017
4:30pm
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Georgia Tech researchers have created a wearable thumb ring, outfitted with a gyroscope and microphone. Users can trace letters and numbers with their thumb on...
11.29.2017
4:35pm
Global semiconductor company Transphorm Inc. continues its foray with GaN devices by securing a $15 million investment from Yaskawa Electric Corporation....
11.29.2017
10:25am
In technology’s rise to prominence, the education system wasn’t left unaffected. Tablets, laptops, and interactive whiteboards are now staple features of the...
11.28.2017
4:17pm
Over the past few decades, computing and processing technology has seen a rapid surge of improvement. Every day there's a new story that tests the...
11.28.2017
3:05pm
A scaled-up version of quantum computing edges closer with the miniaturization of a vital component, thanks to the collaborative efforts of Microsoft, Stanford...
11.28.2017
10:41am
The team from Boston Dynamics has released impressive footage of Atlas, their humanoid robot. A short clip shows the robot jumping on top of a series of boxes...
11.27.2017
11:35am
For the first time, Lincoln Motor Company is putting Continental’s head-up display with digital micromirror device (DMD) technology into production. The 2017...
11.22.2017
12:33pm
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Adam Sanderson, Vice President of Value Engineering, East West Manufacturing. I became an engineer for two...
11.17.2017
10:56am
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The unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) dubbed Fury has just gotten an engine upgrade. Previously, the UAV has proven an endurance of 12 hours. Now, Lockheed Martin...
11.17.2017
9:36am
Communication systems often rely on multiband tunable antennas. Traditionally, Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) or diodes are used during the tuning...
11.15.2017
4:47pm
NASA continues to develop a key energy source that could power future space travel through the Kilopower project. The study’s mission aims to provide “a...
11.14.2017
12:42pm
Researchers from the University of Cambridge have successfully printed integrated electronic circuits into fabric, opening up new smart textile opportunities....
11.10.2017
12:17pm
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Kevin Keryk, Engineering Manager, Avnet. I spent a lot of my childhood with a screwdriver in hand,...
11.3.2017
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Artificial intelligence (AI) continues to challenge the brightest human minds. AlphaGo, an AI computer developed by Alphabet Inc.’s Google DeepMind, recently...
11.1.2017
11:12am
Back in June, Saab’s next-gen Gripen E fighter embarked on its maiden flight. Since then, the aircraft has clocked in more than 20 flying hours. Now, the...
11.1.2017
9:20am
Smart home security is always an area of concern. Leaving convention behind, Rutgers engineers have looked to finger vibrations as a way to verify users in a...
10.31.2017
9:20am
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Rayner K. Rosich. My physicist/engineer journey was encouraged by my dad and mom, seventh and eighth grade...
10.27.2017
2:09pm
We’ve all been there - regretting a short moment of clumsiness as we stare solemnly into a cracked smartphone screen. Thankfully, those days may soon be over...
10.25.2017
11:12am
Speaking from experience, donning a mouthful of braces isn’t the most enjoyable experience. Researchers at King Abdullah University of Science & Technology...
10.25.2017
9:08am
In an effort to create smaller, faster, and efficient electronics, the field of nanoelectronics is continually looking to decrease size. Using photons to...
10.20.2017
10:40am
The HydroCamel II has become Israel’s first autonomous underwater vehicle (AUV), created by Ben-Gurion University (BGU) of the Negev. The 8-foot-long robot...
10.19.2017
4:55pm
On the lengthy list of technical and ethical standards self-driving cars need to meet, sharp eyesight sits as an important bullet point. Before the vehicle...
10.18.2017
4:51pm
Pushing toward a high-tech vision of modern mobility, Toyota has announced an outline for their futuristic concept car series, dubbed the Toyota Concept-i. At...
10.17.2017
3:57pm
Dubai has fully embraced technology integration, testing autonomous police robots, concept hover-taxis, and cutting-edge crime prediction software, just to...
10.13.2017
4:56pm
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Frank W. Friskics. My journey started a long time ago, and I was allowed to take an unconventional path to...
10.13.2017
10:22am
The very first magnet-free, non-reciprocal circulator on a silicon chip was recently unveiled, operating at millimeter-wave (mm-wave) frequencies (near or...
10.12.2017
4:21pm
In the word of consumer electronics, smartwatches are a popular commodity. However, smartwatches of the future may sense the world a little differently than...
10.11.2017
2:01pm
Last week, Toshiba announced advancements in its Super Charge ion Battery (SCiB) design. The new battery tech will double the capacity of the anode, offer high...
10.10.2017
10:38am
A major component of nuclear safety resides in electrical penetration assemblies (EPAs). Normally assimilated into class 1E electrical systems, EPAs are used...
10.6.2017
2:45pm
On Wednesday, October 4, Google unveiled a few new gadgets for consumers to enjoy at an event held in San Francisco, California. Among the slew of announced...
10.5.2017
10:38am
In order to capture a skydiver’s descent, an autonomous smart robot camera could be the perfect daredevil companion. A team from the University of Nottingham...
10.4.2017
3:45pm
Aribus is one step closer in moving ordinary travel from the ground to the sky. The CityAirbus demonstrator that aims to autonomously transport people around...
10.4.2017
9:07am
When future disaster strikes, the helpful hand swooping your way may be more machine than man. Honda R&D researchers detailed their latest disaster relief...
10.3.2017
10:53am
When Airmen are active in the field, securing a line of communication is essential to keep sensitive intelligence away from enemy forces. To help navigate this...
10.2.2017
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