The trend through the years has been to publish only studies with "significant positive results" and to ignore studies that seem "uneventful". This has been very harmful to science as "things that did not work" actually form the biggest part of the scientific work. Not publishing them not only creates a blind spot for that huge amount of research that has been done. It also leads to duplicated work. Worse yet, focus on positive results only provokes that false positives in research based on the publication bias will stay undetected for a long time.
The Journal of Negative Results Moringa SP – Negative is Positive – provides a place to publish scientific work that failed to produce a positive result, through an open review process (peer-reviewed).
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