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To compile SFARI.org’s Year in Review, the news team asked leading experts in autism research to identify the biggest technical advances, noteworthy papers and hottest topics of 2012. We also prodded some of our favorite scientists to peer into the future.
Now I would like to know what you think. Do you agree with our choices? Disagree? What did we miss?
- What do you think were the most important papers published in the autism field this year?
- What were the biggest developments?
- What do you think will be the most important issues in the next year and beyond?
Share your thoughts in the comments section below.