A roundup of autism papers and media mentions you may have missed.
Researchers home in on the cerebellum’s role, and an app helps children with autism make eye contact.
Scientific art takes over Twitter, and college students on the spectrum describe their struggles.
A human gene gives mice bigger brains, and people with autism weigh in on that white or blue dress.
A cluster of neurons helps monkeys cooperate, and a human gene makes a mouse brain look like a person’s.
Investors pour money into ‘brain medicines,’ and people with autism debate the need for a cure.
Some newborn horses have features of autism, and researchers argue over who first described the disorder.
Grad students and postdocs prove why basic science matters, and an outbreak sends a sobering message.
Home videos may ease social deficits in babies, and a supplement maker is scolded over autism claims.
An ancient drug eases symptoms of fragile X syndrome in mice, and “The Imitation Game” draws ire over an autism innuendo.
Advocates warn of a dearth of support services for the 50,000 people with autism who enter adulthood each year in the U.S., and Cell gets cute with a stop-motion video about chromatin.