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.

Last month it was announced the world’s largest battery would be built in South Australia. The state government will add to its impressive to-do list,...
8.15.2017
3:30pm
A program called Sonic Booms in Atmospheric Turbulence (SonicBAT II) is bringing together NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Space Florida, Armstrong Flight Research...
8.3.2017
4:48pm
Sharing personal experiences is important. We all have a distinctive voice that can help, inspire, and support others. ECN is looking for people from all walks...
8.3.2017
3:25pm
MegaBots, Inc. recently released a video of its 16-foot-tall combat-ready robot, nicknamed Eagle Prime. The machine is already looking for a challenger,...
8.3.2017
3:20pm
For several years now, the U.S. Naval Research Lab (NRL) has been developing its project dubbed the Close-In Covert Autonomous Disposable Aircraft (CICADA)....
7.27.2017
9:19am
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Japan-based Eco Marine Power (EMP) is set to put its EnergySail technology to the test next year. When the system is fully integrated, vessels will draw their...
7.26.2017
2:47pm
The Navy’s electromagnetic railgun has graduated from living in the lab to flaunting its capabilities in field demonstrations. Announced by the Office of Naval...
7.25.2017
4:05pm
Robots are often complicated. Researchers at IT University of Copenhagen have taken this reality to heart and focused on simplicity. They’ve created a printer...
7.24.2017
4:54pm
Wouldn't it be great to reduce the air travel time between distant cities? Thanks to the successful flight test of the HIFiRE 4 hypersonic vehicle, we’re...
7.19.2017
8:36am
A smart glove infused with wearable electronic components can turn the American Sign Language (ASL) alphabet into readable text. The device wirelessly...
7.12.2017
3:28pm
We know traveling by airplane can be stressful for the average passenger, but how does your pilot handle the pressure? Led by Nottingham Trent University (NTU...
7.12.2017
1:30pm
This week, researchers from Singapore and Australia have presented a method to safely use quantum computers over the Internet. Not only does the plan aim to...
7.12.2017
10:33am
A new wave of self-destructing electronics is in the works, thanks to Assistant Professor of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering Leon Bellan of Vanderbilt...
7.11.2017
9:24am
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Elon Musk's company Tesla aims to construct the world’s largest lithium-ion battery to help South Australia. Back in 2016, South Australia was hit by an “...
7.7.2017
9:52am
If you’re soaring over Datong, China, don’t be alarmed if you see a giant panda smiling from the ground below. That is just a new solar farm, named the Panda...
7.6.2017
3:50pm
In order to explain strange holes in the jawbone of a coveted Tyrannosaurus rex skull, nicknamed Sue, a team of forensic dentists last year received approval...
7.5.2017
3:43pm
An unmanned aircraft with a wingspan measuring just under 20 feet (6 meters) currently sits in ESA's Hertz radio-frequency chamber. Supported in mid-air...
7.5.2017
12:51pm
London's Bird Street is located right off of Oxford Street, a very busy location sporting more than 300 shopping centers. Tapping into the massive hustle...
7.3.2017
1:35pm
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Odd Sandbekkhaug, Senior Director, UX Innovation, ADVA Optical Networking. Growing up in the harsh weather...
6.30.2017
10:30am
Currently, quantum computers exist in the hypothetical; however, researchers have created a microchip capable of emitting two entangled qudits, edging these...
6.29.2017
4:42pm
Carnegie Mellon University's Future Interfaces Group research lab has developed a way to spill your smartphone’s screen onto just about any surface....
6.28.2017
1:43pm
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Qualcomm has its sights set on leading the fingerprint sensor market by announcing its next-gen solutions at Mobile World Congress Shanghai. At the event, the...
6.28.2017
9:54am
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Prayson Pate, CTO, Ensemble, ADVA Optical Networking. Becoming an engineer was a very natural progression...
6.23.2017
12:55pm
The F-35 made quite a statement at the 2017 Paris Air Show, performing a full aerobatic demonstration for all to see. Lockheed Martin’s F35A Lightning II is...
6.23.2017
12:17pm
The Paris Air Show is in full swing! ECN is gladly in attendance getting the latest avionics news, and is hosting an exciting Engineering Live broadcast: Learn...
6.21.2017
2:28pm
Adding to the list of aircraft debuting at the 2017 Paris Air Show is the Nightwarden from Textron Systems Unmanned Systems. Its mission focus is targeted...
6.21.2017
1:42pm
Mark your calendars, because ECN is bringing you an exciting Engineering Live event, Get the Inside Story on Today's Connected Aircraft, straight from the...
6.20.2017
2:58pm
Kratos Defense and Security Solutions is bringing the XQ-222 Valkyrie and UTAP-22 Mako drones to Paris. These unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can fly longer,...
6.20.2017
1:57pm
The Paris Air Show is a must-see event, bringing exciting content such as an inside look at today’s connected aircraft and how MiniMRP reduce avionics...
6.19.2017
3:54pm
Thanks to research led by Dr. Kotub Uddin from the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), an academic department at the University of Warwick, the future of smart...
6.16.2017
2:50pm
On Thursday, June 15, defense and security company Saab successfully completed the maiden flight of the Gripen E, the next generation smart fighter. The...
6.16.2017
9:30am
Modern vehicles have a plethora of safety features that’ll ensure drivers are alert and awake. This technology is great if you happen to own one of those cars...
6.15.2017
9:24am
A Swedish team has released new findings that could potentially save lives. It was discovered that a drone carrying an automated external defibrillator (AED)...
6.14.2017
10:36am
The waters of Southern California are about to house an unlikely visitor. Initial sea trials for Boeing’s extra large unmanned undersea vehicle (XLUUV), the 51...
6.13.2017
12:19pm
Step aside quadcopters, it’s the hexacopter’s time to shine. A new concept hexacopter dubbed Voliro was recently created by 11 students from Zurich University...
6.13.2017
10:50am
Being crammed behind the wheel looking at a seemingly endless river of traffic isn’t on anybody’s wish-list. Thankfully, NEVS is hard at work turning that...
6.9.2017
1:50pm
The modern vehicle is racking up more and more features by the day as industries push towards connected and automated mobility. Along with a host of vital...
6.9.2017
8:46am
If you’re going to Mars, you want to show up in style. As part of the "Summer of Mars" event, NASA-affiliated Kennedy Space Center debuted a 24-foot-...
6.7.2017
4:07pm
Are you ready to hop in a self-flying plane? Well start mentally preparing, because three different aeronautics teams have just received the green light from...
6.6.2017
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