Biomedical research costs money. And applying for research funding can be a long and complicated process.
While most of the world hungers for a vaccine to put an end to the death and economic destruction wrought by COVID-19, some anti-vaccine groups are joining anti-lockdown protesters to challenge restrictions aimed at protecting public health.
The National Institutes of Health is offering autism researchers who are coping with the coronavirus pandemic flexibility with their grant applications, budgets and progress reports.
As the coronavirus pandemic disrupts researchers’ working lives, the academic journals that publish their work are adjusting too.
People with disabilities are at increased risk of medical and other complications from coronavirus infection. There is a lot that governments can do to help them.
Following a series of scandals in the United Kingdom over people with autism being held against their will and mistreated in hospitals, a watchdog group has issued a legal challenge to the government.
The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered universities and institutes, leaving scientists scrambling to continue their research.