Researchers at the University of Surrey, in the United Kingdom, have developed a small, flexible x-ray detector for use in radiotherapy. The x-ray detector is comprised of oxide nanoparticles in a bulk organic structure and can achieve high sensitivity for relatively low cost. The team hopes the technology could lead to personalized mammogram machines and accurate airport security screenings. Read more about the flexible x-ray detector at University of Surrey.

the flexible x-ray detector on person's finger