|Updated: 2/27 12:14 pm
||Published: 2/27 12:07 pm
Arkansas native Dr. Keith Oliver Baker is at the forefront of nanotechnology and particle physics.
Last year, his team made the groundbreaking discovery of the particle believed to be the Higgs boson, commonly referred to as the "God Particle."
Charles Stewart, chair of the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame joins us with more about a Little Rock visit for Dr. Baker, who is from McGehee.
He's in town for a presentation today at the Mosaic Templars Cultural Center in Little Rock as part of the Arkansas Black Hall of Fame Distinguished Laureate Series.
Dr. Baker also speaks Wednesday night at the Clinton School.