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      Johnson & Johnson celebrates National Engineers Week

      As part of the annual event, the company announces the recipient of the prestigious Warren Engineering Award. Meet the winner (and his fellow finalists) in this fun behind-the-scenes video.

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      Each and every day, more than 8,000 engineers at Johnson & Johnson are tasked with developing and designing solutions to some of the world’s biggest healthcare problems—innovations that have the potential to positively impact billions of people.

      In celebration of their contributions, the company selects three teams of engineers from its numerous facilities across the globe to vie for its prestigious Warren Engineering Award during National Engineers Week each February.

      This year, Colm O’Donovan, Engineering Manager, Janssen Ireland, took the top prize for introducing a disposable equipment train to Janssen. In layman’s terms, the equipment he created plays a crucial role in transporting new treatments to patients.

      Check out this video, narrated by Kathy Wengel, Worldwide Vice President, Supply Chain, Johnson & Johnson, to learn more about O’Donovan, his two fellow finalists—and the groundbreaking work they all do.


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