From a superior way to sterilize surgical products to lifesaving medicine to treat a drug-resistant disease, check out just some of the ways Johnson & Johnson has exemplified innovation—and shared its breakthroughs with the world.
Multifocal contacts based on your pupil size. Intraocular lenses that adapt to our digital world. These are just some of the new Johnson & Johnson advances poised to change the future of vision care.
Contact lenses that darken when exposed to light? Check out the new Acuvue® Oasys with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™
The innovative contact lenses change from clear to dark in less than a minute, helping your eyes adjust to fluctuating light conditions, while also blocking out harmful UV rays. A scientist explains how it all works.
Acuvue Oasys® with Transitions™ Light Intelligent Technology™ contact lenses named one of Time’s best inventions of 2018
This first-of-its-kind innovation has a dynamic photochromic filter that responds to changing light conditions.
It’s National Engineers Week and what better time to spotlight the clever ways people are elevating innovation at the company—say, with a robot named YuMi.
Health & wellness
Health & wellness
If your lenses could talk, they’d likely have a lot to say about how you’re treating them. (Hint: If you’re like most people, there’s probably some room for improvement.) For Contact Lens Health Week, we’re spotlighting top tips for giving your contacts a little TLC.
Barry O’Sullivan heads up Johnson & Johnson’s Visioncare plant in Ireland, which manufactures a global supply of Acuvue® contact lenses—a product that first hit the market 30 years ago. Here’s what it’s like to oversee such a bustling business.
In honor of National Inventors Day, we’re celebrating just a few of the countless innovations the company has pioneered over the years—staples that are now ubiquitous in households and hospitals alike.