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  • Caption: The Ant chair was designed for Novo by architect Arne Jacobsen in 1952.
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    Caption: Canadian researchers discovered the molecule insulin at the University of Toronto in 1921 and ignited a century of ground-breaking innovations in diabetes care that have since saved countless lives.
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    Caption: Globalisation in the 1960's. Novo used SAS Airlines for airfreight in 1966, Copenhagen Airport, Kastrup.
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    Caption: Canadian researchers discovered the molecule insulin in 1921 and ignited a century of ground-breaking innovations in diabetes care that have since saved countless lives.
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    Caption: The NovoPen® was launched in 1985 and it was designed like a fountain pen.
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    Caption: A qualified pharmacist, founded Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium together with his brother Harald Pedersen in 1925.
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    Caption: A truck is offloading bovine pancreases in front of Nordisk Insulin Laboratorium 1928 in Gentofte, Denmark.
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    Caption: August Krogh a professor at the University of Copenhagen, received the Nobel Prize in physiology in 1920. His wife, Marie Krogh, was a doctor and a researcher in metabolic diseases.
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    Caption: Founder of Nordisk Insulin Laboratorium Hans Christian Hagedorn around 1940 at Niels Steensens Hospital, Gentofte, Denmark.
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    Caption: Harald Pedersen, an unusually talented inventor, founded Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium together with his brother Thorvald Pedersen.
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    Caption: Novo laboratory in Copenhagen, 1958. Analysis of Heparin, used for treatment of blood clots.
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    Caption: Some of the first machines for production of insulin at Novo.
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    Caption: Niels Steensens Hospital in 1953 (Steno Diabetes Center), Gentofte, Denmark, The hospital was designed by architect and professor Ivar Bentsen in 1932.
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    Caption: Production site in Copenhagen 1970.
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    Caption: In 1925 Harald Pedersen designed a special syringe – the Novo syringe – with which the patients could inject themselves with insulin. In 1985 Novo Industri introduced the first NovoPen® (bottom).
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    Caption: 1958: Frozen pancreas are disintegrated in a cutting machine designed by Harald Pedersen, Founder of Novo Terapeutisk Laboratorium.
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    Caption: The original master plan for site Bagsværd. Designed by the architect Arne Jacobsen in 1959.
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    Caption: The two CEOs of the newly merged companies, Nordisk Gentofte A/S and Novo Industry A/S, Henry Brennum og Mads Øvlisen 1989
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