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Why Are Women Underdiagnosed With Autism?

A study by Edge Hill University researchers reveals that a lack of understanding and gender bias hinders the identification of autistic females.
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Researchers have developed a physical neural network that learns and remembers dynamically. The neural network, comprised of tiny nanowires, mimics the neural networks found in the brain.
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It used to be thought that being bilingual was a bad thing – that it would confuse or hold people back, especially children. It turns out, we couldn't have been more wrong.
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