Jeremy Chan


Jeremy received his PhD from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, where he studied the role of the tumor microenvironment in cancer progression.

Stories by Jeremy Chan

Release The Robots!

Collaborative robots, or co-bots, are not only creating new business opportunities and changing workplace dynamics, but also bringing with them new risks concerning safety and security.

Not Just Industrious, But Intelligent

High-performance computing is transforming the face of manufacturing while augmenting the way factories and facilities operate.

Fueling The Future

Green is the new black when it comes to meeting the world’s energy demands, and biofuels have a major role to play in securing a sustainable future.

5 Asian Universities Among Top 25 In QS World University Rankings 2020

Two universities in Singapore, two in China and one in Japan made the top 25 of the QS World University Rankings 2020.

IEEE Bans Huawei-Affiliated Academics From Its Peer Review Process

Huawei-affiliated scientists have been banned from contributing editorially on some 200 IEEE journals, but will still be able to participate in IEEE meetings and conferences.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Varisa Pongrakhananon

Find out how Dr. Varisa Pongrakhananon's research on microtubules is paving the way for potential cancer therapies.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Lee Sang Yup

By tweaking the metabolic pathways of living organisms, Professor Lee Sang Yup is maximizing the synergy between biology and chemistry for the benefit of industry and society.

Supercomputing Shouldn’t Be Rocket Science

Given the rapid pace of data generation, supercomputers are fast becoming an indispensable tool for research—now the challenge is to help scientists use them.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Sherry Aw

Making discoveries on the fly is all in a day's work for Dr. Sherry Aw, one of three scientists from the Asia-Pacific to be recognized as a L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women In Science International Rising Talent in 2019.