has developed a simple paper pattern which you can cut out and assemble to make your own City of Adelaide ship-in-a-bottle.
About Rob Morrison
Rob is a freelance Science Communicator and broadcaster, and holds the position of Professorial Fellow at Flinders University.
has written 34 books on science and natural history, and is co-author of 13 more, as well as dozens of articles.
A science and environment broadcaster for forty years on television and radio, he
co-hosted the long-running national television program Curiosity Show, which screened in 14 countries.
appears with Deane Hutton in "Ask Deane and Rob" on The New Inventors.
was for ten years the environment and science correspondent for Channel Ten TV News
and produced the science segments on NEXUS
, the television program of the Australia Network, Australia's Asia Pacific Service, which screens in 43 countries.
has won many national and international awards, including the Michael Daley Award for Science Journalism, two Eureka Prizes, including the Australian Government Eureka Prize for the Promotion of Science, and the inaugural SA South Australian Government award for Excellence in Science Communication.
In 2004, he
was awarded the Order of Australia for Science Communication and Conservation.
For six years Rob was president and Chair of the Royal Zoological Society of SA, responsible for Adelaide and Monarto Zoos.
was the South Australian Senior Australian of the Year for 2008.