Sir Patrick Bateson "is emeritus Professor of Ethology at Cambridge University and president of the Zoological Society of London. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1983, and though he has retired as the biological secretary of the Society and as Provost of Kingâ€™s College, he continues to research, lecture, and advise Parliament on scientific matters.
"His many books and articles on ethology, animal welfare, developmental biology and genetics include Design For a Life: How Behaviour Develops (1999, with Paul Martin), and Measuring Behaviour. He has also edited or co-edited several books, including Mate Choice, The Development and Integration of Behaviour, Behavioural Mechanisms in Evolutionary Perspective and the series Perspectives in Ethology." 
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- Patrick Bateson, Autonomy Singularity Creativity, accessed September 3, 2008.