The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union would endanger continent-wide collaborations.
From funding decisions to scientific fraud, a wide range of societal factors shape autism research.
Dozens of apps are marketed to people with mental health conditions, including autism, and many violate the users’ privacy. Some researchers are finding a better way.
Misinformation about autistic women and sex is common in the scientific community. A study published this year is a case in point.
A new mobile app enhances scientific images by displaying augmented-reality renderings of the complete data over printed figures.
People in the United States view certain personal information, such as their social security number, as more sensitive than data about their physical or mental well-being.
Khara Ramos explains how the Brain Initiative incorporates the emerging field of ‘neuroethics’ into the research it funds.