People with autism are at high risk of death from injury, China starts a clinical trial involving human embryonic stem cells, and individuals with autism have trouble seeing faces in food.
A roundup of autism papers and media mentions you may have missed.
The British government is limiting the number of new autism diagnoses in the United Kingdom, CRISPR makes the mistake everyone worried it would, and Minnesota imams reach out amid a measles outbreak.
A doctor decodes a rare genetic condition, burnout is a big problem in science, and an actor with autism will play the lead in “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.”
The National Institutes of Health receives a $2 billion boost, politicians who propagate anti-vaccine views are fueling outbreaks, and a new report highlights preventable conditions associated with autism.
Cell Press announces its new preprint server, Donald Trump has yet to name a science advisor, and new gene-editing tools are calling an old finding into question.
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