A roundup of autism papers and media mentions you may have missed.
The world’s most populous country takes stock of autism, and guinea pigs ease anxiety in children with the disorder.
This sweet story behind optogenetics will inspire you, and autism experts swarm Salt Lake City.
A sexist peer review sparks a Twitter firestorm, and business is booming for some firms that employ people with autism.
Peer review panels really can suss out good science, and clinical trials could get extremely personal.
Newt Gingrich wants to double spending on medical research, and Chinese researchers highlight the hazards of editing human genomes.
A biotech breakthrough sparks a high-stakes patent war, and two new films follow people with autism looking for love.
A boy with autism maps the world from memory, and would-be profs are trapped in perpetual postdocs.
The gene-editing tool CRISPR gets scaled down for mice, and omega-3 fatty acids come up short for autism.
The creators of CRISPR call for a ban on editing the human genome, and critics weigh in on a widely used autism therapy.
Researchers home in on the cerebellum’s role, and an app helps children with autism make eye contact.