3-D-printing perovskites on graphene makes next-gen X-ray detectors

3-D-printing perovskites on graphene makes next-gen X-ray detectors

3-D-printing perovskites on graphene makes next-gen X-ray detectors

Since Wilhelm Röntgen discovered them in 1895, X-rays have become a staple of medical imaging. In fact, barely a month after Röntgen’s famous paper was published, doctors in Connecticut took the first ever radiograph of a boy’s broken wrist.
3-D-printing perovskites on graphene makes next-gen X-ray detectors