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18 December, 2013 - Welland Tribute

The Niagara chapter of Autism Ontario was able to reach out to more children with autism this year on their annual shopping day. The chapter invites kids and their families to the chapter office every year to buy holiday gifts for loved ones in a...

18 December, 2013 - USC

A new interactive website paints a picture of the levels of noise present in New York City during the 1920s. The site, developed by Emily Thompson and Scott Mahoy, explores the historical soundscape of the city and allows users to filter information...

18 December, 2013 - Stanford

A biology student at Stanford University has developed a new method for observing the immediate effects of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) in mice. Theo Roth, working with researchers at the National Institutes of Health, was able to reveal how...

18 December, 2013 - Montreal Gazette

Kathleen O’Grady offers tips and strategies for helping children with autism make the most of the holiday season. Parents and loved ones can help keep the children engaged and feel welcome in all the festivities with a few simple conversation...

18 December, 2013 - New Zealand Doctor

A German PhD candidate studying at the Victoria University of Wellington has won an award for her innovative research in aphasia management. Paula Speer’s work focussed on the content of speech, rather than grammatical structure, the more...

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