Remembering Leon Lederman

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Just about one year ago, the scientific community lost a unique and brilliant voice. Leon Lederman was much more than the voice for particle physics and the importance of science, he was a teacher, a champion for education, and by all accounts a charismatic character. This week the Chicago Council on Science and Technology and Fermilab remembered Lederman’s life. First Light host Brian O’Keefe visited with a couple of the people who worked with Lederman at Fermi

Former Fermilab Director Leon Lederman (left) chatting with Senior Scientist Dr. Herman V. White at Wilson Hall

Former Fermilab Director Leon Lederman (left) chatting with Senior Scientist Dr. Herman V. White at Wilson Hall