Null results are often not shared in scientific research, as they risk the reputation of the author and require large amounts of work for a relatively low reward. As a result, there is redundancy, wasted data, and a general lack of collaboration in scientific research. Project Byblos will be an application that provides a platform for scientific researchers to share their null results with limited effort and the incentive of potentially gaining authorship on related projects. This will result in a database of null results, allowing researchers to learn from the limitations of failed experiments and reducing the risk of redundancy in scientific research. Further, this application will serve as a tool to increase collaboration and communication within the general scientific community.