Negative Data: About

Why is publishing Negative Data so important?

Publishing negative data can lead to greater information sharing and greater results achieved by the scientific community. Often, people learn more from making a mistake rather than achieving success and the same can be said for the scientific community as well.

The Michelson–Morley experiment (1887) is the classic example of a negative result that had significant scientific ramifications.

Share your negative data in abstract format with up to 2 slides/images.

This repository, made BY the T1D science community, and FOR the T1D science community will be an example to others that collaboration, even on negative data is key to expedite research.

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