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In 2018, twenty-three Johnson & Johnson scientists and engineers were recognized with the Johnson Medal—the highest award given for research and development at Johnson & Johnson. Since its creation in 1960, 382 individuals have received this recognition.
The work of this year’s winners ranges from an innovative contact lens that mimics natural tear film, to a combination of hardware and software technology that is revolutionizing how fractures and deformities are corrected, to innovative medicines that help extend the lives of people with cancer and HIV.