Tests, offshore wind, cybersecurity… the best innovations of the week

Tests, éolienne offshore, cybersécurité… les meilleures innovations de la semaine Cybersecurity

At the dawn of phase 2 of deconfinement, many of you were interested in testing and finding vaccines against Covid-19. But non-coronavirus news is also starting to reclaim its rights, and you have also approved our articles on the future high-performance wind turbine from Siemens Gamesa and the industrial cybersecurity platform of IRT SystemX.

The remarkable performance of the Roche serological test approved in the United States

This article does not date from this week but continues to capture your attention. And for good reason: the Elecsys serological test from the Roche laboratory, approved on May 3 by the American drug authority (FDA), shows remarkable performance in the detection of past infections with Covid-19.

How coronavirus enters and replicates in our cells … and how to counter it

Another of our most read articles since the beginning of the crisis: the decryption of the main stages of infection by the virus and its replication, as well as the mode of action of the drug candidates tested to counter the Covid-19 pandemic .

Moderna vaccine: details of the positive interim results announced

Moderna Therapeutics released initial results on May 18 for the development of its innovative Covid-19 vaccine using messenger RNA technology. Qualified as “positive”, these results are not quantified, however, and concern only part of the vaccinated patients. They nevertheless make it possible to adjust the doses to be tested during the next phases of the current clinical trial.

Siemens Gamesa wants to overthrow GE with its 14 MW offshore wind turbine

Announced on May 19, the Siemens Gamesa offshore wind turbine SG 14-222 DD will reach a power of 14 MW. A prototype is planned in 2021, before being marketed in 2024. It would become the most powerful wind turbine in the world, surpassing General Electric’s Haliade-X and its 12 MW.

The CHESS cybersecurity platform, the result of a research project at IRT SystemX, is opening up to manufacturers

In the next five years, this aggregation of heterogeneous technological bricks should transform into an offer of cyber services open to all French industrialists who wish to do so.

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