Queer in STEM participants, sorted by gender identity and sexual orienation. Image via Queer in STEM.I'm happy to announce that the two of us at the Queer in STEM study have finally found some time to put together our first report of results from the online survey. It's a look at who participated—their identities, where they're living, what kind of scientific work they're doing.
When we closed sampling at the end of July, we had responses from 1,443 people. Those folks have given us a first look at a kind of diversity that isn't well understood in scientific workplaces. Go have a look for yourself, and keep an eye on the study website for future updates, which will come out as often as we can pull them together.◼