Bradbury, Edwin Morton was born on May 25, 1933 in Cardiff, South Glamorgan, Wales. Came to the United States, 1979. Son of Thomas Morton and Gladys Mabel (Manfield) Bradbury.
Bachelor of Science with honours, King's College, London, 1955. Doctor of Philosophy, King's College, London, 1958.
Research scientist Courtauld Research Laboratory, 1958-1962. Head department molecular biology Portsmouth Polytechnic, England, 1962-1979. Professor, chairman department biological chemistry University California, Davis, 1979-1992.
Professor department biological chemistry, since 1979. Member neutron beam committee Argonne National Laboratory, since 1983. Member advisory committee Los Alamos National Laboratory, 1983-1988, leader/director Life Science Division, since 1988.
Author: DNA Chromatin and Chromosomes, 1981. Editor: Organization and Expression of Eukaryotic Genome, 1977. Contributor articles to professional journals Member editorial board Journal Biological Chemistry, 1983-1988, European Journal Biochemistry, 1976-1981, Biopolymers, 1982-1987, International Journal Biological Macromolecules, since 1976, Cell Biophysics, since 1983, Biochemistry, since 1989.
Nuclear magnetic resonance in the Life Sciences, 1986.
Married Antonija Trpkovic, November 6, 1957. Children– Andrew, Antonija, Vlado, Erna.