The American Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences (AJIntS) is looking for failures…that is, failures to reject the null hypothesis.

At AJIntS, we think that all research, if sound, can contribute to academic efforts and, in a broader sense, human knowledge as a whole. This includes negative or null results. We also think academics ought to receive something more in return for their contribution to human knowledge than just a line on their CV.

In the spirit of these two core principles, we are holding an inaugural contest. We invite researchers to submit papers where the null hypothesis was NOT rejected. All submissions will be peer reviewed, and, pending review, published in AJIntS. The papers will be judged by our editors and a panel of academics. The winning paper will receive a $3000 cash prize. The second place paper will receive $1000, and two third place papers will receive  

(2nd, 3rd and 4th places will also receive cash prizes.

To enter, simply submit your paper here {insert link} and check “XXXXX submission”

Contest rules are available here {insert link}