In an effort to make published science to be less wrong, psychologist Brian Nosek and collaborators have started what is called the Open Science Framework. The idea is that all results from experiments can be openly documented for everyone to see. This way, negative results that are locked away in the proverbial “file drawer”, will be available. In light of the fact that many high impact results turn out to be wrong (e.g see here and here), we definitely needed to do something and I think this is a good start. You can hear Nosek talk about this on Econtalk here.