This week’s Twitter stroll turns up papers on autism’s genetic architecture, news affecting the burgeoning gene synthesis industry, and a new festival focused on participatory research.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
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This week’s Community Newsletter dives into the contentious stem cell debate and a new way to measure autism traits.
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we’re looking at studies on a new parent-mediated intervention, how autistic people’s cognition affects their anxiety, and our special report on autistic strengths.
In this week’s community newsletter, we discuss a late-emerging autism trajectory, a review of subtype research and the response to an opinion piece we published on the ‘litter effect.’
Community Newsletter: Maternal immune activation, mitochondria and synaptogenesis, attentional set-shifting
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we look at three in-the-weeds neuroscience papers that examine the molecular underpinnings of autism.
Community Newsletter: Autistic motherhood, synaptic imbalance, why neurodiversity is important for researchers
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we discuss papers about what it’s like to be an autistic mother, how CHD8 affects synaptic transmission in mice and why researchers need to better understand the neurodiversity movement.
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we discuss the Twitter buzz about two preprints looking at how common genetic variants, rare variants and sex interact to affect autism odds, and a viral tweet from a scientist who says her paper was rejected because it uses ‘identity-first’ language.
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we dive into talk around the United Kingdom’s NICE AQ10 guidelines, CUL3 mutations and taking a holistic approach to academic applications.
In this week’s Community Newsletter, we highlight social chatter about the pandemic’s effect on early-career researchers, Black In Neuro, one year on and the controversy over ‘autism genes.’