16 June 2015Comments ( 41 )
Autistic adults should be partners in the research process, not just ‘subjects’ in a study, says Ari Ne’eman.
2 June 2015Comments ( 5 )
Autism is undoubtedly on the rise, but we may never be able to fully explain why, says Maureen Durkin.
12 May 2015Comments ( 0 )
An autism-linked gene controls the number of neurons in the developing brain. Freda Miller and David Kaplan say the finding points to a new role for the gene in the early embryo.
28 April 2015Comments ( 1 )
Clinicians saw autism signs in children with mutations in a cancer pathway long before sequencing studies made the connection, says Katherine Rauen.
14 April 2015Comments ( 3 )
Understanding how oxytocin works in the brain will help researchers cut through the hype surrounding the infamous ‘love hormone’ and translate it into a treatment for autism, says Larry Young.