How To Design For Autism The architect behind the Center of Autism and the Developing Brain says the key is to be sensitive to light, sight, textures, and sounds....Read More

Scientists create monkeys with autism gene Standing in front of a conference room table on the UCLA campus, Albert Miranda fixes a wide smile on his face and stares at Elina Veytsman, giving her the once-over. Read More

For people with autism, repetition can hurt learning People with autism spectrum disorder sometimes acquire a new behavior or skill in a specific context, but then have trouble transferring the skill to a similar but different situation.. Read More

Sensors measure social interactions during autism diagnosis By outfitting a child and a clinician with four wireless motion sensors, researchers are quantifying some of the nuances of social interaction in ways that may aid autism diagnosis and treatment, they reported yesterday at the 2015 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting in Chicago. Read More


Can an app for Google Glass offer a path out of autism? Can technology help children with autism accomplish what other educational efforts have not? Ned Sahin aims to find out. Read More

Autism Genes Linked To Higher Intelligence: Treading A Fine Line Between Intellectual Disability And Superiority Genes write the script of our lives, and the story of autism manifests within the body in unusual ways that science is still trying to unlock. Read More

Powerful memory system may compensate for autism's deficits Autism has been the focus of intensive research, especially in the past few years. Read More

CARES for children with autism Jill and Joe Clark remembered the frustrations of not knowing what was causing the sudden changes in their then 1½-year- old son, Charlie.Read More