2016 was an incredibly innovative one for Johnson & Johnson, thanks in no small part to our ongoing commitment to create impactful solutions that can help people with unmet medical needs around the world.
But don't just take our word for it.
We rounded up the 10 most-read stories about Johnson & Johnson's innovation efforts from the past year—from a scientist who's hard at work on the Zika virus to a little patch that's helping surgeons in a big way in the operating room.
In September, two of our leaders were named to Fortune magazine's annual list of Most Powerful Women. Learn more about how women at Johnson & Johnson are helping to redefine healthcare—within the company and in the entire industry.
Speaking of innovation, these Johnson & Johnson digital tools—from the ZYRTEC® ALLERGYCAST® allergy-forecasting app to RA-RA, a wearable tracker that can help you manage joint pain—leverage the latest technology to help improve human health.
The newly FDA-approved Evarrest® Fibrin Sealant Patch is designed to help stop patients from bleeding during surgery. Fun fact: It also had a cameo on the hit show Grey's Anatomy this fall.
Sutures have a long history of helping save lives—and Johnson & Johnson has a long history of revolutionizing them. This timeline shows just how far sutures have come from their use in Ancient Egyptian times to today's cutting-edge versions.
Move over messy creams and sticky gels. If you have mild to moderate acne, this latest technology in light therapy, sold in drugstores across the country, can help clear up your skin in the comforts of your own home.
Johnson & Johnson’s Gahan Pandina and his team are focused on groundbreaking autism research—like JAKE™, the Janssen Autism Knowledge Engine.
Resiliency is one of the hottest topics in mental health today—and putting the skill into daily practice could just change your work life. Here's the science behind it from the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute.
Want to boost your energy levels in a matter of minutes? A coach from the Johnson & Johnson Human Performance Institute shares four ways microbursts can help you sharpen your mental acuity, improve your gratitude quotient and more.