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LGBTQ scientists are still left out

Support from mainstream diversity initiatives would create a virtuous circle of visibility and benefit science for all, urges Jon Freeman.
Jon Freeman is associate professor of psychology and neural science at New York University in New York City and director of the Social Cognitive & Neural Sciences Lab.
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Nature 559, 27-28 (2018)

doi: 10.1038/d41586-018-05587-y

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