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Re: LGBT chemists

November 21, 2016 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 94, ISSUE 46

Online readers appreciated C&EN’s coverage of the LGBT chemistry landscape.

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Congrats for this article. Encouraging progress and advance in social issues for the scientific community! #waytogo

Miguel Suástegui (@msuastegui) via Twitter

Thanks for covering this important topic! People are people, and their skills should speak for themselves.

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Thank you. ... It means a lot to me, as a gay engineer, to have things like this published.

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