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. 

Mobile World Congress (MWC), the largest gathering for the mobile industry, is set to occur this year from February 26 – March 1 in Barcelona, Spain. Mobile...
2.23.2018
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During missions featuring robots or humans, each spacecraft relies on a deep-space tracking dish for communication. However, there was never a service in place...
2.23.2018
10:57am
Computer-chip technology may influence future lens production, which can replace the bulky layers of traditional designs. A flat lens, as its name suggests,...
2.21.2018
10:15am
A game-changing wearable device may help transform stroke rehabilitation. Developed at Northwestern University, the stretchable sensors stick to a patient’s...
2.20.2018
4:30pm
An unmanned fixed-wing aircraft that has mastered air and sea travel has been developed by North Carolina State University researchers. Dubbed the EagleRay XAV...
2.16.2018
9:26am
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At the LEGO World Expo in Copenhagen, Denmark, children and families will be able to see their own personal LEGO creations fly through the sky. LEGO Group’s...
2.14.2018
2:10pm
A new type of silicon chip has been developed by researchers at the University of Bristol’s Quantum Engineering Technology Labs. This device could help...
2.9.2018
10:12am
NASA has chosen two research proposals to answer the question, “Why is the Arctic warming faster than the rest of the planet?” Both projects will develop small...
2.6.2018
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Roger Newton, CSTE, CBNT. I did not plan to be an engineer. I was a below average student in high school but...
2.2.2018
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As a key piece of the Space Launch System (SLS) flight hardware preps to visit the Kennedy Space Center in Florida, NASA allowed one last peek before its...
2.2.2018
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The Imager for Magnetopause-to-Aurora Global Exploration (IMAGE) satellite started its journey March 25, 2000. December 18, 2005, NASA unexpectedly lost...
1.31.2018
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Jim Spruell, partially retired Embedded System Developer. As a kid, I would take things apart to see how...
1.26.2018
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Featured in the ECN June 2017 print issue, the article "New Realities — Augmented And Virtual — For ICT Sustainability" takes a deep dive into the...
1.26.2018
10:53am
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Researchers at the University of Southampton have elevated the memrister to new performance heights. In conventional electronics, data is processed on...
1.25.2018
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TU Wien researchers have created a silicon-based sensor that acts as a microelectromechanical system (MEMS) to measure the intensity of electric fields....
1.24.2018
3:29pm
Continental has developed the world’s first automotive touchscreen featuring a 3D surface. At this year’s Consumer Electronic Show (CES), the company earned...
1.24.2018
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NASA’s InSight spacecraft passed a production milestone this week. The lander fully extended its solar arrays that will provide power during its time on Mars....
1.24.2018
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Oregon State University (OSU) researchers have created the world’s smallest electro-optic modulator. What does this mean exactly? Well, these devices play an...
1.22.2018
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NASA’s Parker Solar Probe mission has our sun in its sights, hoping to bring about a new understanding of the neighboring star. It will travel through the sun’...
1.22.2018
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Richard Pearlman. One day many years ago when the Mickey Mouse Club featured a young Annette and Jimmy, they...
1.19.2018
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UConn engineers recently developed a biodegradable pressure sensor. The device is built to monitor a slew of medical conditions, including chronic lung disease...
1.18.2018
9:53am
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At this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), LG Display showcased an ultra-high-definition (UHD) rollable OLED TV. Boasting 4K resolution and spanning 65...
1.16.2018
3:39pm
The VSS Unity spacecraft, created by Virgin Galactic, has successfully completed its seventh flight. The team tested months of ground analysis and...
1.15.2018
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Joe Blaschka Jr. I started playing around with electronics when I was about 10 years old. Of course back in...
1.12.2018
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Boeing is bringing weight to the UAV market, 500 lb to be exact. Yesterday, Boeing unveiled an unmanned electric vertical-takeoff-and-landing (eVTOL) cargo air...
1.11.2018
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Future space rovers are gearing up to incorporate lasers for alien terrain exploration. "We fire a laser at a material of interest, and measure how much...
1.10.2018
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A thin, lightweight sensor tiny enough to sit on a fingernail has claimed the title as the world’s smallest wearable. Although it’s meager in size, its mission...
1.9.2018
9:48am
Radio-frequency identification (RFID) tech embedded with graphene sensors has proven a success, due to researchers at The University of Manchester. To create a...
1.8.2018
9:47am
As part of LG Electronics’ robot brand CLOi (pronounced KLOH-ee), the company has introduced three new concept robots built for commercial applications. Hotels...
1.5.2018
10:18am
Are you ready for robots the size of a human cell with shape-shifting and environment-sensing capabilities armed with electronic, chemical, and photonic...
1.4.2018
11:31am
In a world’s first, LG Display has created an 88-inch 8K organic light emitting diode (OLED) display. The tech carries 33 million pixels (7680 x 4320), which...
1.3.2018
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According to NASA, orbital debris smaller than one centimeter has reached an army of 100 million. At this size, they’re difficult to track, and can still...
1.2.2018
2:41pm
Thanks to a $3.6 million grant from DARPA, University of Michigan (U-M) researchers are hard at work creating an unhackable computer. Current devices rely on...
12.28.2017
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The next ESA CubeSat GomX-4B will be able to change its own orbit due to a compact thruster. Measuring the size of a cereal box, the miniature satellite will...
12.28.2017
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As the cold winter weather rolls in, electronics are starting to feel the chill in the air. By using magnetic cooling on both the chip and its electrical...
12.22.2017
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From a sea of background noise, industrial sensors must successfully hone in on specific signals. This challenge gets even harder for designers dealing with...
12.19.2017
3:05pm
The Bloodhound Supersonic Car (SSC) has set its sights on a dry lake bed race track in Hakskeen Pan, Northern Cape, South Africa, to set a new world land speed...
12.18.2017
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Researchers from VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland have developed Martti, the first automated car to navigate autonomously on snow-covered roads. Suited...
12.18.2017
10:24am
Researchers often turn to nature for next-gen designs. Geckos have been muses in the past, providing insight into adhesion technology. Now, researchers at...
12.13.2017
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