Corrections and clarifications

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• An article about publicity rights relating to Albert Einstein referred to his “Princeton salary of $10,000”; this was at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, not Princeton University as implied. A licensing deal between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Roger Richman gave 65% to the university, not to Richman. Ze’ev Rosenkranz was a curator, rather than assistant curator, at the Einstein Archives. And due to a transcription error, Rosenkranz was misquoted as saying “the universe decided that this would be my role”; he said “the university decided” (Who owns Einstein?, 17 May, Journal, p5).

• Other recently amended articles include:

1973: how a year became a subtle way to rally for abortion rights

Vangelis, composer of Chariots of Fire and Blade Runner soundtracks, dies aged 79

The case of the disappearing deer – and how a new corridor could save it

• Other recently amended articles include:

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