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Flan Cremoso De Dulce De Leche 

FLAN CREMOSO DE DULCE DE LECHE 🍮🍮🍮🍮🍮🍮🍮🍮

Con solo 3 ingredientes podes preparar el flan más rico de tu vida 😉

Lo preparamos hoy en como todo

Pueden usar el dulce de leche que más les guste, repostero o común, queda buenísimo con cualquiera.

También le pueden agregar una cucharada de oporto o ralladura de naranja para darle un toque especial.

Les dejo otro tip, si quieren que quede más cremoso, usen 300cc de leche + 200cc de crema en vez de todo leche.

Una receta tan fácil merece ser guardada y probar hacerla 💪

Después me cuentan cómo les salió

INGREDIENTES

Para el flan:

– 5 huevos

– ½ litro de leche

– 300 o 400gr de dulce de leche

Para el Caramelo:

– 1 taza de azúcar

– 5 cucharadas de agua

Extra:

– Crema batida

– Dulce de leche

PROCEDIMIENTO

Para preparar el caramelo de este u otro flan, tenés dos opciones:

1. Hacerlo directamente en una flanera.

2. Hacerlo en una sartén y luego volcarlo en una flanera.

Para cualquiera de los dos métodos la preparación es la misma: poner el azúcar y el agua y llevar a fuego moderado sin revolver. Cuando empiece a tomar color dorado claro, remover sujetando la sartén por el mango o la flanera por el borde y haciendo movimientos circulares para que el caramelo se empareje. Retirar del fuego y volcar en una flanera o no.

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Para preparar el flan:

– Mezclar con un batidor los huevos con el dulce de leche y luego integrá la leche poco a poco.

– Verter en una flanera acaramelada y hornear a temperatura bajo/moderado durante 40 min.

– Vigilá la preparación para no cocinarla de más. Dejar enfriar bien antes de desmoldar.

– Una vez frio, decorar a gusto y servir con crema batida.

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Pastel Pudín de chocolate y naranja

Pastel Pudín de chocolate y naranja

Ingredientes del pastel-Pudín de chocolate y naranja

Pudín:

1 lata de leche condensada

1 taza de leche

1 taza de jugo de naranja

4 huevos

Ralladura de la cáscara de 1 NARANJA

Pastel:

3 huevos

1/2 taza de aceite

1/2 taza de leche

1/2 taza de chocolate en polvo

2 tazas de harina de trigo

1 taza de azúcar

1 cucharada de levadura en polvo

Almíbar:

1 y 1/2 taza de azúcar

1/2 taza de agua

Como Prepararlo:

Para hacer la salsa, en una olla, mezclamos el azúcar en el agua y lleve a fuego medio durante 16 minutos o hasta tener un caramelo dorado. Vierta en un recipiente de agujero en el medio de 24 cm de diámetro y reserve. Para el pastel, batir en la licuadora los huevos, el aceite, la leche, el chocolate, la harina y el azúcar hasta mezclar. Añadir la levadura, mezcle con una cuchara y vierta en recipiente acaramelada. Para hacer el postre, bata en la licuadora la leche condensada, el jugo de naranja, la leche y los huevos hasta mezclar. Agregar las virutas y mezclar con una cuchara un poco. Llevar suavemente sobre la masa del pastel y lleve al horno medio, en baño María por 1 hora o hasta poner firme. Deje enfriar, desmolde y a servir.

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PASTEL DE CHOCOLATE CASERO

Preparar un pastel de chocolate en casa no es una tarea nada difícil, sobre todo cuando tienes todos los ingredientes y pasos a seguir. En esta receta te enseñaremos paso a paso como preparar un Rico pastel de chocolate típico mexicano para la familia o compartir en ocasiones especiales como cumpleaños.

Ingredientes

Pastel

1 taza de chocolate mexicano (como el Quetzalli).

2 tazas de harina de trigo (puedes emplear harina sin gluten si quieres hacerlo más saludable).

1 cucharada de polvo de hornear.

1 taza de aceite vegetal.

1 lata de leche evaporada, coco o almendra (según tu gusto).

Glaseado

4 huevos.

Mantequilla o aceite para hornear.

Mantequilla sin sal.

Azucar glass.

Chocolate mexicano granulado.

Cacao en polvo.

Leche entera, de coco o almendras.

Fresas.

Torta

Paso 1 para iniciar

Precalentar el horno a 375 grados Fahrenheit y rociar un poco el molde con spray de aceite para hornear o mantequilla (esto con la finalidad que no se pegue la mezcla).

Paso 2

En un envase agregar los siguientes ingredientes: chocolate, harina y polvo de hornear. Posteriormente adiciona la leche, los huevos y el aceite. Terminado de añadir los ingredientes bate con batidora hasta obtener una mezcla homogénea sin grumos y suave.

Paso 3

Añade la mezcla en un molde para tortas y hornea durante 25 minutos hasta ver la torta lista.

Glaseado

Paso 1

Mezcla la mantequilla y el azúcar glass juntos con el cacao y el chocolate mexicano de tu preferencia. Ajitar hasta obtener los ingredientes bien mezclados

Paso 2

Agrega a la mezcla la leche entera, leche de coco o almendras (la que hayas elegido a tu gusto) y agita con batidora hasta obtener una mezcla homogénea.

Paso 3

Utiliza el glaseado que acabas de realizar para decorar el pastel.

Paso 4

Cortar las fresas  y decorar el pastel con fresa arriba del glaseado.

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Torta Humeda de Chocolate

TORTA HUMEDA DE CHOCOLATE

INGREDIENTES
3 tazas (tipo te) harina leudante
1 1/2 taza azúcar
1 taza de cacao dulce de buena calidad
3/4 tazas de aceite neutro (girasol o maiz)
3 huevos
1 cucharadita de esencia de vainilla,
1 1/2 taza de agua a punto ebullición.

CUBIERTA:
125 cc. De crema de leche
250 gramos de chocolate cobertura

PREPARACION
Como primer paso mezclaremos en un bol la harina con el azúcar y el cacao, y haremos en esa mezcla un hueco en el centro para colocar el aceite y los huevos. Iremos agregando el agua a medida que se vayan integrando todos los elementos, y seguiremos añadiendo el líquido hasta conseguir una consistencia cremosa.

Colocaremos esta preparación en un molde de aproximadamente 26 centímetros y llevaremos a un horno moderado por alrededor de 50 minutos.

Mientras tanto, prepararemos la cobertura de nuestra torta, la cual realizaremos colocando la crema en una cacerolita y la llevaremos a fuego mínimo hasta que hierva. Una vez que hirvió, sacaremos del fuego y agregaremos chocolate picado, mezclando hasta que estos ingredientes se integren y se logre una consistencia cremosa.

Luego de los 50 minutos, sacaremos la torta del horno y la dejaremos enfriar. La desmoldaremos y la pondremos en una rejilla para rociarla con la cubierta que preparamos.

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Pudin de Pan 

Pudin de Pan 🧑‍🍳🥖

Ingredientes:

4 porciones

1 Pan canilla duro
1/2 litro Leche líquida
Mantequilla derretida 2 Cucharada
4 huevos
1 y 1/2 taza Azúcar
Vainilla
1 vaso agua
Zumo de un limón

1 Pan canilla duro

Pasos de Preparación:

Rallamos el pan y lo ponemos a remojar en la leche, luego agregamos la mantequilla derretida, los huevos y la taza de azúcar y un chorrito de vainilla, revolvemos bien con una paleta hasta disolver el azúcar y obtener una mezcla homogénea.

Por otro lado en la quesillera ponemos el azúcar, luego le añadimos el agua e incorporamos el zumo del limón y removemos bien, dejamos que empiece a hervir sin dejar de remover, cuando el caramelo coja color ya lo tendremos listo, retiramos del fuego y esparcimos el caramelos por todos los lados del molde, agregamos la mezcla anterior,
Hornear a baño maría por una hora o hasta que puedas introducir un palillo en el centro y este salga limpio.

Se debe revisar el horno cada 20 minutos para que te asegures de tener suficiente agua en la bandeja grande.

Cuando la torta esté lista, retirar del horno y dejar reposar por al menos 30 minutos. Al tener la quesillera a temperatura ambiente, colocar dentro de la nevera por 2 horas para dejarlo enfriar completamente.

Luego despega los bordes con una pequeña espátula o un cuchillo de mesa.

Con cuidado, desmoldar en un plato y servir.

Decorar al gusto!

La Torta De PAN NO LLEVA HARINA YA EL PAN SUSTITUYE LA HARINA DE TRIGO

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Austin Hill Cup debuts in Michigan

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - JULY 29: Austin Hill, driver of the #21 Bennett Chevrolet pickup, looks during practice for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 29, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana.  (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) |  Getty Images


INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – JULY 29: Austin Hill, driver of the #21 Bennett Chevrolet pickup, looks during practice for the NASCAR Xfinity Series Pennzoil 150 at the Brickyard at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on July 29, 2022 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by James Gilbert/Getty Images) | Getty Images

Richard Childress Racing announced today that NASCAR Xfinity Series driver Austin Hill will make his NASCAR Cup Series debut this weekend at Michigan International Speedway. Hill will drive the 33rd Chevrolet with initial sponsorship from Bennett Transportation and Logistics. Hill’s first-ever start to the Cup series will also support RCR partners Alsco Uniforms, United Rentals, Global Industrial and Realtree on his Chevrolet Camaro ZL1.

“As a kid growing up in the sport, having a chance to run a NASCAR Cup Series car is the ultimate dream, especially with a team like Richard Childress Racing who has so much history and success,” said Hill, who is currently fully racing in the Xfinity Series for RCR at RCR’s Xfinity Series. A #21 Chevrolet. “I’m so thankful that Richard Childress and everyone at RCR trust me so much. It’s going to be an educational weekend for sure, but I’ve had success at the Michigan International MotoGP in the past and can’t wait to take wide, sweeping corners on the track in the NASCAR Cup Series from Chevrolet.

Hill, 28, won the NASCAR Truck Series race at MIS in 2019. The 2022 Xfinity Series contender Sunoco Rookie of the Year will pull double duty in Michigan, competing in both the Xfinity Series and Cup Series races. In the Xfinity Series competition, Hill has two wins so far this season (Daytona International Speedway, Atlanta Motor Speedway 2) as well as eight Top Five, 12 Top 10 and 223 laps.

“Austin Hill has shown talent in every series he has been in during his career, so I couldn’t be more excited to have him behind the wheel of one of the Cup Series cars,” said Richard Childress Racing, Chairman and CEO, Richard Childress Racing. "He’s having a solid season in the Xfinity series, and I know he’ll be competitive and eager to learn behind the wheel of a Cup Series car."

Prior to his full season in the Xfinity Series, Hill spent four full-time seasons in the Truck Series, racking up eight wins, 27 best 5 games, and 54 top-10 positions. Hill also won the 2020 Truck Series regular season championship.

The Bennett Group of Companies, a McDonough, Georgia-based company, will be the primary partner in the 33rd Chevrolet for the first time in the Hill Cup series. Bennett made his NASCAR debut with Hill and Team Xfinity #21 at the season opener at Daytona International Speedway and raced with RCR in #3 Chevrolet and driver Austin Dillon in the Cup Series race at the Circuit of the Americas earlier this season.

“We are thrilled to be the primary sponsor of the debut of the Austin Hill Cup Series, not only because of Austin’s competitive nature, but because we believe in advancing drivers in their careers, just as Richard Childress does,” said Lynette Mattis, Vice President. From the Bennett family of companies. “At Bennett, truck drivers upgrade their skills by challenging specialized freight forwarding opportunities throughout their careers. Our company revolves around the family, and both Austin Hill and Richard Childress take the same approach with their racing team. Their focus on innovation and commitment to safety and service is second to none. We can’t wait to cheer them up in the NASCAR Cup Series along with over 5,800 owners/operators, agents and employees.”

United Rentals, the world’s largest equipment rental provider, continues its support of Austin Hill as it debuted in the Cup Series in the #33 Chevrolet.

“United Rentals has supported Austin Hill since 2017, and we are excited to see him take this next step in his racing career,” said Craig Schmidt, Vice President of National Accounts at United Rentals. "We will cheer him on every step of the way, while we enjoy this unique opportunity to spend time with our customers."

Global Industrial, the value-added industrial distributor with a roll-up approach and a "We Can Supply That®" mentality, joins United Rentals, Alsco Uniforms and Realtree as enhanced partners for the #33 Chevrolet in Michigan.

“We have enjoyed the business and branding opportunities that our partnership with Richard Childress Racing and Austin Hill has presented this season, both on and off the track,” said Klaus Werner, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Global Industrial. “We look forward to supporting Austin on this new and exciting step in his career. He has been a great ambassador for the global industry and we know that will extend to the Cup Series.”

2022 marks Alsco’s sixth season as partner with Richard Childress Racing. Alsco Uniforms is a family owned and operated fifth generation uniform company founded in 1889 that is the official laundry supplier to the RCR pit crew and many of its employees.

“We have enjoyed our partnership with Richard Childress Racing over the years and have shared important moments in their history while supplying each week with clean uniforms, first aid, floor mats and bathroom amenities,” said Ben Fox, Alsco’s Director of Sales and Marketing. "We are thrilled to be a part of another exciting first thing for RCR as they welcome Austin Hill to the Trophy Series."

Realtree, the creator and marketer of the world’s most diverse camouflage patterns, joins a dynamic group of partners supporting Hill’s Cup Series debut in Michigan.

“Our roots with Richard Childress Racing run deep, and we appreciate Austin Hill’s passion for both racing and the outdoors,” said Tyler Jordan, Realtree Strategic Business Coordinator. "We know Hill will represent the Realtree brand well and we congratulate him on the wonderful next step in his career that Richard Childress offers."

Watch the Catch Hill’s Cup Series debut at FireKeepers Casino 400 at Michigan International Speedway on Sunday, August 7. The race is broadcast live in the USA at 3 PM ET.

– Richard Childers Race –

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Greenwashing is driving our decline into climate catastrophe. But we can stop it | Emma Thompson

JOndola cruises are a traditional part of visiting Venice for those who can afford the exorbitant tourist prices, but I went a little out of script on a recent visit and chose a different, but equally imaginative, ship. We are here in Venicea non-governmental organization that promotes the protection of a city severely affected by climate breakdown and myriad human activities, invited me aboard the Greenpeace ship, the Rainbow Warrior, whose purpose was anything but tourism.

I’ve been on two Arctic tours with Greenpeace: one in Esperanza (it doesn’t exist anymore, not my fault!) and one in Arctic Sunrise. She previously sailed with two crew members who are now on the Rainbow Warrior, and still there, fighting for climate justice around the world.

A couple of weeks ago, not only did Britain beat its own temperature record at all, but in Cuba, Singapore and Panama there were still people shouting that everything was perfectly normal and it was just a normal sunny day. What kind of fantasy world do these people live in, and who built them for them? my trip to Venice Help me answer this question.

I didn’t know it when I arrived, but the Greenpeace activists were about to They staged a protest That involved navigating lake city canals on traditional boats, bearing the logos of major European oil and gas companies using Greenwashing — marketing techniques that try to convince us they’re green when the opposite is true: They want to keep us hooked on fossil fuels. This is killing the planet. Activists ironically declared it the last round in Venice, as the city is at risk of being inundated by climatic influences in the Mediterranean region, such as those we witnessed recently with record-breaking heat waves and wildfires across the region.

Last October, Greenpeace and 30 other organizations launched an initiative for European citizens calling for it new law Fossil fuel advertising and sponsorship is banned in the European Union, similar to what happened with tobacco at the beginning of this century. If the petition collects one million signatures a year, the European Commission is obligated to respond.

Why is such a law important? Now, with broad public support for climate action and the scientific community pointing unreservedly to the fossil fuel industry as largely responsible for the climate crisis, it is the oil and gas companies, which have purposely slowed down over decades of climate action, that are most at risk. The industry is clinging to advertising and sponsorship as one of the last ways to stay afloat.

Delay and deception is the new denial. Fossil fuel companies are pumping millions into the greenwash while making zero-to-meaningful net promises and offering bogus “solutions,” in order to hide decades of devastation. They falsely portray themselves as allies and are stretching the deadline for their outdated actions.

Scientists have had enough. For the first time this year Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change He debunked the disinformation strategy by saying: “Who dominates the media debate, and how open debate can be, varies greatly across countries based on the physical and technological strength of participants. Fossil fuel industries have unique access to mainstream media via advertisements, shaping reporting narratives. media and the exercise of political influence in countries such as Australia and the United States.”

More than 450 scientists He also signed a letter calling on public relations and advertising agencies to stop working with fossil fuel companies and stop spreading climate misinformation. This is the first time many scholars have called for the role of public relations and advertising in fueling the climate crisis.

Oil and gas companies buy prestige by sponsoring museums, influencing knowledge by pumping money into universities, and gaining popularity when their slogans are associated with sports. They are investing a lot in buying a social license to continue business as usual by infiltrating our daily lives and hiding the damage. We urgently need to expel them from our minds, hearts and societies.

Last year, thanks to hard work at grassroots level, Harvard university It said it would phase out its fossil fuel reserves gradually. in the UK , National Photo Gallery Scottish Ballet confirmed that it will not enter into further sponsorship deals with BP. tennis australia He gave up gas company Santos as a partner.

At the beginning of this century, the European Union banned tobacco advertising and sponsorship after increasing consumption was recognized and health warnings were hidden. Now, with overwhelming scientific evidence about climate breakdown and its indisputable link to fossil fuel companies, it is time to ban the propaganda of fossil fuels for being deadly and criminal, and push us relentlessly toward climate catastrophe. The struggle works. Together we can tell the people in power how we want to live, and what needs to change.

  • Emma Thompson, Actress and Activist

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Martian glaciers may have carved their valleys

Today, Mars is a dry world, but missions to the Red Planet have indicated that it may have contained liquid water early in its life. Whether that water ran freely or was trapped in the ice remains a matter of debate.

According to new research, the answer may be both. Arihiro Kamada, a planetary scientist at Japan’s Tohoku University and first author of the new research, which is published in the journal, said Icarus.

"Resolving how and why surface water flowed when surface temperatures were likely below freezing for the majority of the year is the key question for understanding the evolution of the climate of Mars and, by extension, the climates of other habitable terrestrial planets."

Kamada and his team created a global atmospheric model of Mars during the Noachian period, nearly 4 billion years ago. At the time, the water would have been trapped in ice layers a few kilometers thick. As Mars warmed with the changing seasons, the base of those glaciers could have melted, draining their waters away, carving out intricate valley networks.

"Resolving how and why surface water flowed when surface temperatures were likely below freezing for most of the year is a key question for understanding the evolution of the climate of Mars and, by extension, the climates of other habitable terrestrial planets," said Bethany Elman. from the California Institute of Technology, who was not involved in the research.

Melting glaciers, carving valleys

Hundreds of valleys intersect with the southern highlands of Mars. Only a few kilometers away on average, narrow channels are intertwined together, bearing a strong resemblance to features cut by the flow of water on land. In the decades since their discovery, valley networks have provided some of the strongest evidence that liquid water was flowing across the surface of Mars. Other hints of water on the Red Planet have also appeared, including signs of oceans and suggestions of clays and silicates that require water to form.

Canyon networks, such as those captured by NASA’s Viking mission, were among the first indications of water flowing on ancient Mars. credit: NASA

Today, Mars has a thin atmosphere and a temperature that is too cold to tolerate liquid surface water. Polar ice caps trap some of the fluid, and groundwater may sometimes make its way through the crust, only to be instantly sublime into the gas at the surface.

Scientists think that Mars' atmosphere was thicker and may have been able to support liquid water in the past, but "once you start forming ice layers, it’s really hard to stop and stop building them," said Anna Grau Gallover, a researcher at the French National Center for Research. The scientist who was not involved in the new study. She said the new model "correlates very well" with Grau Galofre’s previous work analyzing the geomorphology and properties of the Martian valley network.

Mars in … war?

The new research is not without criticism. For Ramses Ramirez, who simulates the atmosphere of Mars at the University of Central Florida, the authors themselves have highlighted one of the biggest problems – the projected valley networks do not align well with the actual observed valleys.

I don’t see a good deal [between the results and observations] Ramirez said.

Kamada and colleagues note that this discrepancy may be due to other processes forming some of Mars' valleys. They concluded that melting glaciers could have created a large number of valleys, while forces such as volcanic eruptions and meteorite impacts could have played a role in shaping others.

Grau Galofre noted that the new study compared its results to all observed valley networks, rather than focusing on those believed to have formed during the Noachian period. "They’re trying to model the early climate but they’re comparing it to the whole history," she said. She suspects that the narrowing of the time frame for the observed tributaries would make a stronger argument for glacier runoff.

Ramirez also noted that the ice sheets must have created glacial features in the southern highlands, features he said do not exist. "It doesn’t match the geological evidence we see," he said.

But previous research by Grau Gallofre identified possible glacial features in the valley networks, leading her team to conclude that there is evidence that the ice sheets formed some branches. Other researchers argue that these features were created by flowing water rather than flowing ice.

The new research adds more data to an ongoing divide in Mars science, with some scientists falling firmly on the side of a red, semi-arid planet with occasional rain and others standing firm with a cold Mars of ice and snow. Some referred to the separation as war, although the participating researchers soon noted that it was a case of healthy debate rather than outright hostility.

“This is a really new and complex approach. The climate of Mars in its early days may not have been one extreme or the other but somewhere in between.”

Although the idea of ​​cold, wet Mars initially seems to bridge the gap, Ramirez is not convinced that the new research provides conclusive evidence. "I don "t think so [the debate] It really moved a lot at all.” “I think people are in a good place one way or the other.”

Grau Galofre is more optimistic.

“This is a really new and complex approach,” she said. "It is possible that the climate of early Mars was not extreme or the other but somewhere in between."

—Nola Taylor Tillman (Tweet embed), a science writer

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NIST researchers develop miniature lens to sequester atoms

It is notoriously difficult to control atoms. They are zigzagging like fireflies, sprouting from the strongest of containers and vibrating even at temperatures close to absolute zero.

However, scientists need to hunt down and manipulate single atoms for quantum devices, such as atomic clocks or quantum computers, to function properly. If individual atoms can be grouped and controlled into large matrices, they can act as quantum bits, or qubits – discrete small units of information whose state or direction can eventually be used to perform calculations at speeds much greater than the fastest supercomputer.

Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), along with collaborators from JILA – a joint institute between the University of Colorado and NIST at Boulder – have shown for the first time that they can hunt single atoms using a new miniature version of "optical tweezers" – a system that catches atoms. Using the laser beam as eating sticks.

Clarification

Illustration of focused light using a flat glass surface studded with millions of nanotubes (referred to as metalens) forming optical tweezers. (a) The cross-section of the device depicts plane light waves that are focused by secondary waves generated by nanobeams of varying sizes. (b) The same metallic is used to capture and photograph the single rubidium atoms.

attributed to him:

Sean Kelly/Nest

Usually, optical tweezers are obtained 2018 Nobel Prize in Physics, characterized by massive centimeter-sized lenses or microscopic targets outside of a vacuum that hold individual atoms. NIST and JILA have previously used this technology with great success to create an atomic clock.

In the new design, instead of typical lenses, the NIST team used unconventional optics — a square glass wafer about 4 mm long printed with millions of pillars a few hundred nanometers (billionths of a meter) high that collectively act as very small. lenses. These printed surfaces, dubbed metasurfaces, focus laser light to trap, manipulate, and image individual atoms within a vapor. The metasurfaces can operate in the vacuum where the trapped cloud of atoms is, unlike regular optical tweezers.

The process includes several steps. First, incoming light of a particularly simple shape, known as a plane wave, strikes groups of tiny nanopillars. (Planar waves are like moving parallel plates of light that have a uniform wave front, or phase, whose vibrations remain synchronized with each other and do not diverge or converge as they travel.) Wavelets, each slightly out of sync with its neighbor. As a result, neighboring waves reach their peaks at slightly different times.

These waves combine, or "interfer" with each other, causing them to focus all their energy in a specific position – the location of the atom that will be trapped.

Depending on the angle at which the incoming planar light waves strike the nanopillars, the small waves are focused in slightly different places, allowing the optical system to trap a series of individual atoms located in slightly different locations from each other.

Because the miniature flat lenses can operate inside a vacuum chamber and require no moving parts, atoms can be trapped without having to build and manipulate a complex optical system, said NIST researcher Amit Agrawal. Other researchers at NIST and JILA have previously used conventional optical tweezers with great success in designing atomic clocks.

In the new study, Agrawal and two other NIST scientists, Scott Papp and Wenqi Zhu, along with collaborators from JILA’s Cindy Regal Group, designed, manufactured and tested the surfactants and conducted single-atom trapping experiments.

In a paper published today in Quantum PRX, the researchers reported that they separately trapped nine single rubidium atoms. Agrawal said the same technology, which has been scaled up using multiple metasurfaces or one with a large field of view, should be able to trap hundreds of single atoms, and could routinely lead the way to trapping an array of atoms with a wafer-scale optical system. .

The system held the atoms in place for about 10 seconds, long enough to study the quantum mechanical properties of particles and use them to store quantum information. (Quantum experiments run on time scales from ten millionths to one thousandth of a second.)

To prove that they had captured rubidium atoms, the researchers lit them with a separate light source, causing them to shine. Then the piercing surfaces played a second crucial role. At first, they formed and focused the incoming light that trapped the rubidium atoms. Now, the metasurfaces have captured and focused the fluorescent light emitted by these same atoms, and the fluorescent radiation is redirected to the camera in order to image the atoms.

Superficial metasurfaces can do more than confine single atoms. By focusing light with pinpoint precision, metasurfaces can coax individual atoms into special quantum states, designed for specific atom-trapping experiments.

For example, polarized light directed by tiny lenses can cause an atom — a similar quantum property of the Earth spinning on its axis — to spin to point in a specific direction. These interactions between focused light and single atoms are useful for many types of atom-scale experiments and devices, including future quantum computers.


Paper: T.-W. Hsu, W. Zhu, T. Thiele, M. O. Brown, S. B. Papp, A. Agrawal and CA Regal. Trapping a single atom in the optical forceps of the surface lens. Quantum PRX. Posted online August 1, 2022. DOI: 10.1103/PRXQuantum.3.030316.

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Plant Vaccine Market Size Booming To $584.1 Million By 2028, At A Compound Annual Growth Rate Of 49.9% | Medicago, IBIO, Icon Genetics GmbH, Lumen Bioscience

Plant vaccines are gradually being examined as the lowest alternative to conventional immunity in terms of efficacy, duration of manufacture, and method of vaccination. Plant Vaccines Market comprises a few key players and a growing number of research institutions and organizations, which aim at research and development actions to enhance the treatment process for various signs of inflammatory disease such as Dengue, Influenza, Norovirus, H5N1 Avian Influenza; Developed with a new plant-based fortifying device. For example, in August 2018, scientists from the ASU Biodesign Institute developed norovirus immunity from the tobacco plant. DNA engineering allowed researchers to transform a specific genome of the tobacco plant into modulating plant immunity to norovirus. Botanical immunization is preventative and effective in working on many infectious disorders because it stimulates the immune system of sufferers. In June 2018, UoN investigators announced a project to develop a plant immune system to treat dengue fever, led by AGM.

The global plant vaccine market is valued at $43.7 million In 2021, it is expected to display a Compound annual growth rate of 49.9% During the forecast period (2021-2028).

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Increased acquisition of consolidation and partnership deal by key players is expected to boost market development over the forecast term. On May 7, 2020, ZYUS Life Sciences Inc. About a partnership with VIDO-InterVac at the University of Saskatchewan, to diagnose plant-derived coronavirus antibodies. Under this transaction, the antibody will be separated using ZYUS Life Sciences Inc.’s factory appearance methods. While clinical trials and medical tests will be conducted by VIDO-InterVac.

Moreover, cases of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma in which the immune system is in a developing stage could be another major catalyst for market development. For example, according to Industry CR UK in 2017, there were 4% more cases of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma than full-blown malignancy in the UK from 2015 to 2017.

The major players in the global plant vaccines market aim for plans such as intentional partnerships and acquisitions to attach research and development capabilities to the growth of a new plant immune system. For example, in 2017, BAT adopted RAT Plc. In 2017. With this acquisition, BAT became the lead organization for Kentucky Bio Processing, Inc. , a subsidiary of Reynolds American Inc. , and employs Kentucky Bio Processing, Inc. Cannabis and other plants to produce medicines and other treatments, and is currently conducting medical tests for COVID-19 immunity.

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The global plant vaccines market is expected to show a compound annual growth rate of 49.9% during the forecast period (2021-2028), due to the development in potential markets, particularly in the Asia Pacific region. While North America is expected to hold its major market scope during the forecast period (2021-2028) due to growing partner deals with Canadian officials

For example, on October 23, 2020, Medicago entered into a deal with the Government of Canada to distribute about 76 million doses of the immune system against plant-derived coronavirus, after obtaining permission from Health Canada. Furthermore, officials in Canada will introduce Medicago Inc. $173 million in spending assistance for COVID-19 health checks and new service infrastructure in Quebec

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The major players involved in the global plant vaccine market are Lumen Bioscience, Inc., Leaf Expression Systems Ltd, British American Tobacco Plc., Medicago, Inc., IBIO, Inc., Icon Genetics GmbH, PlantForm Corporation, Creative Biolabs, and ZYUS Life Sciences Inc. Inc. The Infectious Diseases Research Institute (IDRI)

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content list

  1. Research objectives and assumptions
    • research aims
    • Assumptions
    • abbreviations
  2. Market Overview
    • Report description
      • Market definition and scope
    • Executive Summary
      • Market extract, by type of vaccine
      • Market snippet, by source
      • Market extract, by application
      • Market snippet, by region
    • Cohesive Opportunity Map (COM)
  3. Market dynamics, regulations, and trend analysis
    • market dynamics
      • drivers
      • limitations
      • Market Opportunities
    • Impact Analysis
    • Advantages of plant-based systems
    • Techniques used in the production of plant vaccines
    • Developmental pathways for plant vaccine production
    • Production of plant vaccines
    • Epidemics science
    • Key developments
    • Plant-derived drugs in clinical trials
    • Government initiatives
    • organizational scenario
    • Market trends
    • The main technological platforms for the production of plant vaccines
    • Patent Script
    • Impact of COVID-19 on the global plant vaccines market
    • Market Highlights – Vaccine Type
    • Market Features – Source Type
    • Market Highlights – App
  4. Global Plant Vaccine Market, By Vaccine Type, 2020-2028 (US$ Million)
    • an introduction
      • Market share analysis, 2021 and 2028 (%)
      • Annual Growth Analysis, 2018 – 2028
      • Sector trends
    • viral vaccines
      • an introduction
      • Market Size, Forecast and Annual Growth, 2020 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • Bacterial Vaccines
    • Parasite Vaccines
    • Other Vaccines
  5. Global Plant Vaccine Market, By Source, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • an introduction
      • Market share analysis, 2021 and 2028 (%)
      • Annual Growth Analysis, 2018 – 2028
      • Sector trends
    • Tobacco Factory
      • an introduction
      • Market Size, Forecast and Annual Growth, 2020 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • Maize
    • potato
    • Other sources
  6. Global Plant Vaccine Market, by Application, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • an introduction
      • Market share analysis, 2021 and 2028 (%)
      • Annual Growth Analysis, 2018 – 2028
      • Sector trends
    • flu
      • an introduction
      • Market Size, Forecast and Annual Growth, 2020 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • COVID-19
      • an introduction
      • Market Size, Forecast and Annual Growth, 2020 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • Zika virus
    • Ebola virus
    • poultry disease
    • Aharon
  7. Global Plant Vaccine Market, by Region, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
    • an introduction
      • Market share analysis by region, 2021 and 2028 (%)
      • Annual growth analysis, for regions, 2018-2028
      • Regional trends
    • North Amarica
      • Market Size and Forecast, by Vaccine Type, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
      • Market Size and Forecast, by Source, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
      • Market Size and Forecast, by Application, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
      • Market Size and Forecast, by Country, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
      • Latin america
        • an introduction
        • Regional trends
      • Europe
        • Market Size and Forecast, by Vaccine Type, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
        • Market Size and Forecast, by Source, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
        • Market Size and Forecast, by Application, 2017 – 2028 (US$ Million)
      • Asia Pacific
        • an introduction
        • Regional trends
      • The Middle East
        • an introduction
        • Regional trends
      • Africa
        • an introduction
        • Regional trends
  8. Competitive scene
    • Company Profile
      • Medicago company
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • IBIO, Inc.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • Icon Genetics GmbH
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • Lumen Bioscience, Inc.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • British American Tobacco plc.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • Creative Biolabs, Inc.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • Leaf Expression Systems Ltd.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • ZYUS Life Sciences Inc.
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • strategic
      • PlantForm Company
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
      • Infectious Diseases Research Institute (IDRI)
        • Company Profile
        • product portfolio
        • Financial performance
        • Latest Developments / Updates
        • Strategies
    • Analysts' viewpoints
  9. Section
    • references
    • Research Methodology
    • About us and contact sales

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