Antone Martinho-Truswell
Dean and Head of House, Graduate House, St Paul's College, Sydney

Antone Martinho-Truswell is the dean and head of house of Graduate House at St Paul’s College at the University of Sydney, as well as a research associate in the Department of Zoology at the University of Oxford. His current work is focused on how birds learn concepts and process information. He lives in Sydney, Australia.

Written by Antone Martinho-Truswell

Too much like hard work: Workers tending the giant boring machine used in the construction of the Nice tramway system. Photo by Valerie Hache/Getty

Essay/
Human evolution
To automate is human

It’s not tools, culture or communication that make humans unique but our knack for offloading dirty work onto machines

Antone Martinho-Truswell

Think about it. Photo by Joel Sartore/National Geographic

Essay/
Biology
The minds of other animals

Animal consciousness is taboo in many areas of biological science. What’s so hard about the inner lives of other species?

Antone Martinho-Truswell