I agree with you that publishing negative results is very important. Quoting "Publicizing what doesn’t work is a fundamental part of any approach to evidence-based policy. Lack of results is a likely outcome of any innovation. We should remain open and even celebrate those that bring us the bad news as they are helping us stay honest." We are collaborating with The All Results Journals, a Total Open Access journal that focus on publishing negative results in main scientific areas. The best, it is free and peer-reviewed that give great quality control. Check their website at: http://www.arjournals.com Good post!