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One, two, three, many

A strain-tuning technique has been developed to interface multiple quantum dots within the same photonic chip.

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Fig. 1: Strain tuning of quantum dots in a photonic chip.


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Trotta, R. One, two, three, many. Nat. Mater. 18, 916–917 (2019).

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