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. 

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
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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
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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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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Frank Karkota. Actually, I don't think I ever became an engineer; I was always an engineer. I am now...
9.29.2017
9:40am
Test flights for DARPA’s Video Synthetic Aperture Radar (ViSAR) program have recently completed, demonstrating successful results. Trial runs showcased a new...
9.28.2017
2:11pm
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Although a few engineers have created transformer-like creations, the designs suffer from inflexibility compared to their movie counterparts. To meet this...
9.27.2017
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Imaging, photodetectors, and biological sensors are a few applications that benefit from optical sensors operating in the near infrared (NIR). Thanks to...
9.27.2017
10:41am
Considering I’ve just recently upgraded to a ride with working air conditioning and automatic windows, I’m a bit behind on the latest that automotive...
9.26.2017
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Expanding upon a year-long global test project, Ford is enlisting the help of Microsoft’s HoloLens to design its latest automobiles. Traditional methods of...
9.22.2017
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Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a major concern for certain professions, including those who partake in contact sports. CTE is known as a...
9.22.2017
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The Stratolaunch aircraft just inched one step closer to “providing convenient, reliable, and routine access to low Earth orbit.” The team announced that the...
9.21.2017
9:10am
At one time or another, everyone has tripped or bumped into something at some point throughout the day. For astronauts, a sudden stumble on the rocky Mars...
9.20.2017
11:48am
The unmanned Wave Glider SV3, named the Gulf Explorer, is adding its services to the post-Hurricane Harvey effort. The machine will collect real-time data of...
9.19.2017
3:45pm
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Having trouble starting and sustaining a conversation is one aspect of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). "Affecting 1 in 68, ASD is a complex...
9.15.2017
11:55am
When designing electronic components, sensors, and additional hardware meant to withstand harsh aerospace conditions, not every launch goes as planned. Staying...
9.14.2017
3:26pm
With autonomous and electric vehicles gaining popularity, tire technology continues to advance. The automotive company Continental is continuing to update its...
9.14.2017
2:27pm
Saab has unveiled the Gripen Aggressor, a new version of the Gripen fighter plane. As its name suggests, the Gripen Aggressor excels in adversary air combat...
9.13.2017
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As researchers continue to develop technology aimed at alternative energy, solar power has become a popular source. The world’s largest, single-tower solar...
9.12.2017
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At the First International Festival of Robotics, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli and the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra will perform with a dual-arm robot named...
9.12.2017
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This week's story comes to us from ECN reader John Randall. I grew up in Kenya and we had to do everything ourselves. We had no power, water, phone, and...
9.8.2017
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Flying over Patagonia, Argentina, the Perlan Mission II from Airbus became the very first engineless glider to reach 52,172 feet. The Perlan 1 set the previous...
9.7.2017
2:40pm
Electronics that can self-destruct have spurred many researchers to streamline, advance, and redesign the process. Now, a team from the University of Houston...
9.6.2017
3:26pm
Many interesting consumer gadgets and gizmos have debuted at Berlin’s IFA 2017. Bosch added to the mix, showcasing a concept tool that could help many future...
9.6.2017
12:56pm
This week's story comes to us from ECN reader Doug Cote. I didn’t start out wanting to be an engineer, I just liked tinkering and building. Then one day...
9.1.2017
11:05am
Two major players on the smart home front are planning to join forces. Amazon’s Alexa and Microsoft’s Cortana will soon be able to speak to each other. Users...
8.31.2017
9:36am
The Royal Navy (RN) set forth a challenge to young engineers through a “visoneering” workshop. The goal was simple - develop futuristic submarine concepts....
8.29.2017
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The Hyperloop improvements aren’t slowing down, in fact, they're quickly gaining speed. Another Hyperloop pod competition took place from August 25 to 27...
8.28.2017
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Increasing density data storage is one of the goals on the forefront of advancement, as modern devices beg for smaller designs and energy efficiency. A team at...
8.25.2017
11:27am
BAE Systems announced the creation of a new generation of its renowned space computer. The significant improvements over its predecessor will open up humanity...
8.24.2017
2:30pm
In China, 1,069 robots busted a move in a coordinated routine. This performance set a new Guinness World Record for “most robots dancing simultaneously.” This...
8.24.2017
11:38am
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) in Laurel, Maryland, recently submitted a proposal to NASA called Dragonfly. “Dragonfly...
8.24.2017
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