September 14, 2001: Dr. Steve Malone, Geophysics Research, University of Washington
Topic: Earthquake hazards in the Northwest and the development of near real-time technology to track them

October 12, 2001: Dr. Geraldine Dawson, Professor of Psychology, Center for Autism, University of Washington
Topic: Technology used in the early detection and treatment of autism

November 9, 2001: Dr. Helene Gayle, Senior Advisor for HIV/AIDS, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Topic: The HIV/AIDS global epidemic and current research to find a cure

December 14, 2001: Dr. John D. Potter, Public Health Sciences Division-Cancer Prevention Research Program, Cancer Prevention Research Program, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and Professor, School of Public Health and Community Medicine Epidemiology, University of Washington
Topic: The role of diet in colon cancer, specifically the types of plant foods that reduce the risks and slow or reverse the carcinogenesis process

January 11, 2002: Dr. Paul E. Burrows, Senior Staff Scientist, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Topic: The technology behind photonics, market value, and future product developments

February 8, 2002: Dan Mooney, Vice President of Product Development, The Boeing Company
Topic: The technology behind the Boeing Sonic Cruiser

March 8, 2002: Dr. James Anderson, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Topic: The growing importance of computer models and the Internet in balancing salmon restoration and management with the competing demands of hydrolic power and irrigation in the Pacific Northwest

April 12, 2002: Dr. Margaret Allen, Hope Heart Institute, Affilitate Professor, University of Washington
Topic: Future developments in heart transplant surgery

May 10, 2002: Dr. Robert Franza, Research Professor, Department of Bioengineering, University of Washington
Topic: The Cell Systems Initiative (CSI)

June 14, 2002: Dr. Stephen Richardson, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Corporation
Topic: The development of natural language processing computers and machine translation.