Autistic teenager tipped for Nobel Prize
A teenager who was diagnosed with autism and told he would never be able to read has been tipped as a future Nobel prize winner.
Jacob Barnett, 14, who was diagnosed with moderate to severe autism at two years old, is now studying for a Master's degree in quantum physics.
His mother Kristine Barnett, author of The Spark: A Mother's Story of Nurturing Genius, told BBC Breakfast she initially found it hard to get Jacob the right education.
- 10 May 2013
- BBC News