Since the official launch in April, 2015, Scarlet Imaging and its flagship product BriteVu have been making the news. BriteVu has been studied in the peer reviewed literature, popular science blogs, other articles and has been featured at numerous conferences and scientific sessions.

BriteVu Pigeon Art Reported in Magazines Internationally!!

BriteVu Pigeon Art Reported in Magazines Internationally!!

The BriteVu perfused pigeon that was one of the winning images at the 2017 Wellcome Awards has been featured in numerous high profile magazines in the US and Europe.  Two more just got added this week! The Belgium magazine Knack just wrote a small blurb about the award winning BriteVu pigeon!  See the attached image. A story around the image was also just published in the Netherlands in their magazine Wetenschapsredacteur.

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BriteVu Honored in a Art Award

BriteVu Honored in a Art Award

What an amazing honor!!  An art award.  This is too cool not to share.  The president of Scarlet Imaging and creator of BriteVu, Dr Scott Echols, got to meet BBC’s Fergus Walsh and receive 2 awards from the Wellcome Trust a couple weeks ago in London. Go nerdy science art!! Here is a video featuring Dr Echols the inventor of BriteVu: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MaU2qCAz_mg Then the story got carried to National Geographic, Huffington Post, The Guardian and more.  Crazy!! Here is the original article…

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Scientific Papers Featuring BriteVu

Scientific Papers Featuring BriteVu

Scientific Papers Featuring BriteVu BriteVu was first introduced to the scientific community April, 2015 at Experimental Biology in Boston, MA, USA.  Now numerous researchers use BriteVu in a large variety of studies.  As many know, it takes time to complete research and even more to publish in reputable journals.  This list is currently short, however it is growing as we know of more studies in review to be published. 2017 Khan MB, Hafez S, Hoda MS, et al. Chronic Remote…

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BriteVu Used to Create Award Winning Wellcome Images!!

BriteVu Used to Create Award Winning Wellcome Images!!

Two artistic pictures featuring BriteVu perfused animals are finalists in the Wellcome Image Awards and are featured in multiple media outlets.  Dr Scott Echols created an image of a BriteVu perfused pigeon head and Scott Birch and Dr Echols co-created a picture of a grey parrot with BriteVu highlighted vasculature.  Both images represent 2 of the 22 finalists selected among entries submitted worldwide.  The grand prize will be awarded at the Wellcome Trust in London March 15, 2017 and images will…

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BriteVu Contrast Agent is in a Peer Reviewed Article!

BriteVu Contrast Agent is in a Peer Reviewed Article!

March 11, 2016: BriteVu contrast agent is in the peer reviewed literature!  First description of BriteVu is in the Journal of Anatomy: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/joa.12449/full.  This extensive paper discusses the use of diffusible iodine based contrast enhanced CT imaging.  The authors evaluated numerous types of iodine diffusible stains and perfusable contrast agents (including BriteVu).  Also BriteVu is directly compared to other commonly used terminal contrast agents.

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Researcher Highlight – Dr Scott Echols. U of Utah Research

Researcher Highlight – Dr Scott Echols. U of Utah Research

Dr Scott Echols, founder of Scarlet Imaging and creator of BriteVu, was the ‘Researcher Highlight’ subject at the U of Utah (Nov 2015). Dr Echols has been conducting and involved with a number of research projects at the U of Utah.  His work has lead to the creation of BriteVu and other discoveries that are being used by researchers all over the world. Association of Avian Veterinarians.  Newsletter.  November, 2015. Login required: https://aav.site-ym.com/global_engine/download.asp?fileid=E2446ED6-D897-4A61-A7CD-4C0165BD84C9 Clairborne S.  Researcher Highlight – Dr Scott…

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BriteVu Featured in Scientific American

BriteVu Featured in Scientific American

Kirschenbaum S. A new view of the cardiovascular system in 3-D. Scientific American. Blogs. October 30, 2015.  http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/a-new-view-of-the-cardiovascular-system-in-3-d/ This is the first scientific publication where the research of Dr Scott Echols at the U of Utah on bird anatomy is published.  BriteVu is also featured including several pictures that show images created by the novel contrast agent.

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