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The Original Article was published on 09 February 2016

The Original Article was published on 19 January 2016

The News story ‘Scientists probe Zika link to birth defects’ (Nature 530, 142–143; 2016) wrongly stated that at least seven countries have shown abnormal rates of microcephaly; this has happened only in Brazil. In addition, the article implied that 404 confirmed cases of microcepahly in Brazil could be linked to Zika virus — only 17 of those 404 have been linked so far. Finally, the correction note for the Editorial ‘Blue future’ (Nature 529, 255–256; 2016) omitted to say that the carbon sequestration in question was by living organisms in the oceans.

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The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1038/530142a

The online version of the original article can be found at 10.1038/529255b

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Corrections. Nature 530, 395 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1038/530395a

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