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NSF doesn't even know how many LGBTQ+ scientists there are in the US. They're slated to decide this month whether to collect this data. Here's @freemanjb on why that matters…
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Update: @NSF is making a decision now whether or not to collect LGBTQ+ data on the US STEM workforce. After years of delays, it completed a pilot with n=7,800. There weren’t any issues. The scientific community can’t improve a problem it refuses to…
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