Semiconductor quantum dots could become the basis of the much-talked-about quantum computer. A single-electron 'turnstile' device is a promising way to read out the information being processed.
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Bayer, M. One at a time, please. Nature 418, 597–598 (2002). https://doi.org/10.1038/418597a