The U.S. government has injected $1.8 billion into autism research with a potential new focus: adults on the spectrum.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
A new rule to restrict legal immigration, published by the Trump administration this month, is sowing confusion and anxiety even among immigrants not directly affected by it.
Following pushback from scientists, the U.S. National Institutes of Health has issued a two-year delay on a rule requiring basic researchers to register their studies as clinical trials.
The first online registry dedicated to autism research is scheduled to close down on 30 June, ending a 13-year run.
The announcement this week that the U.S. federal government is changing its policy on the use of human fetal tissue in medical research is designed to please anti-abortion groups.
Autism’s prevalence in Northern Ireland is climbing, but government policies leave families unable to access the treatments they need.
Researchers need funds to investigate why autistic women take their own lives — and how to stop them.
The Ontario, Canada, government recently announced its intentions to overhaul the Ontario Autism Program, but the changes could leave autistic children without supports.
As U.S. immigration enforcement becomes stricter under the Trump administration, more immigrant families are cutting ties with healthcare services and other critical government programs.
As the partial government shutdown in the U.S. enters its sixth week, some scientists are working without pay, and federal workers with autistic children are restoring to desperate measures.