Sheryl Lee


Sheryl Lee covers science, business and culture, with a focus on Asia. She reports on topics ranging from climate change and cities to AI and health.

Stories by Sheryl Lee

The Silver Lining On COVID’s Dark Cloud

From cross-border collaborations to advancing accessibility, supercomputers play an important role in helping the world recover from COVID-19.

Of Virtual Competitions And Real Relationships

Although the Student Cluster Competition went fully virtual in 2020, what remained unchanged was the importance of teamwork and community.

Crunching The Numbers Of Climate Change

From short-term weather forecasts to decades-long climate simulations, supercomputers are giving scientists a peek into our planet’s future.

Asia’s Rising Scientists: Phillip Alviola

The Philippines’ own Batman, wildlife biologist and bat virologist Dr. Phillip Alviola is on a crusade to conserve the country’s rich forest and cave ecosystems.

The Chinese Academy Of Sciences Flags 65 ‘Risky’ Journals

The Chinese Academy of Sciences has published a preliminary list of 65 ‘risky’ international journals, including periodicals from major publishers.

Biomedical Researchers Win Big At Singapore’s Top Science Awards

In a year marked by a raging pandemic, biomedical scientists were in the limelight at a ceremony honoring Singapore’s top science talents.