Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine (http://www.jnrbm.com/) is dedicated to publishing dead ends, unpromising results, and data that no one else wants to see. The current issue includes articles with titles such as “Metallothionein genes: no association with Crohn’s disease in a New Zealand population” (there goes a perfectly good guess), and “Female menstrual cycle does not influence testosterone concentration in male partners” (that would have been convenient).
While we are at it, here are some suggested titles, willfully plagiarized from Adam Ruben’s latest column in Science :
• Journal of Questionable Conclusions
• Journal of p > 0.05
• Journal of Highfalutin Jargon
• Science: The Swimsuit Issue
• The Undergraduate Journal of Look, I Played Angry Birds in Your Lab for an Hour, and I Want Course Credit