Engineering the Next Gen Band-Aid

It’s the 1920s, Johnson and Johnson is well established for their production of large, cotton gauze dressings that are sterile and sealed against germs — a first of its kind. An employee by the name of Earle Dickson is recently married to a young, rather accident-prone…

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Innovator | Thinker | Creator. Passionate about medicine and its nanotechnological implications. Working on executing an idea. Website: akashapatel.com

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