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We discuss Moyoco Anno's autobiographical manga Insufficient Direction (2005), the formation of Studio Khara, and Anno's first major voice acting role with The Wind Rises (2013). If you enjoy what we do, please consider supporting us at https://anchor.fm/tthaa so we can buy more DVDs. Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twi…
 
This is an internal podcast with the Chief Technology Officer at Teledyne Princeton Instruments, Jason McClure. In this episode, we talk about Jason's career path, the many applications of spectroscopy, and how technology will change over time. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Photometrics Linked…
 
*** https://twitter.com/NeonPodcastEva1 ****** https://evangelionpodcast.com ***Billed right up front as a straight forward and efficient episode, this plugcast eschews any fancy special topics and focuses on arguably the least essential episode of the series. The cause of this being that, nearly miraculously, they decided they should probably reco…
 
This is an internal podcast with the Business Growth Manager at Teledyne Photometrics, Rachit Mohindra @rchtmhndr. In this episode we talk about Rachit's journey into his career, the interfaces between academia and industry, and how business differs across the world. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.…
 
This is an internal podcast with the Vice President of Business Development at Teledyne Photometrics and Teledyne Princeton Instruments, Rob LaBelle. Hear about Rob's journey into his current position, life in Arizona, and working in business development. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Photomet…
 
*** https://twitter.com/NeonPodcastEva1 ****** https://evangelionpodcast.com ***Too lengthy to be a hiatus, but too long to have remained on the subscribed list of most listeners. A banger of an episode, featuring foundational Asuka character work. This plugcast also features some material stretching the hosts' ability manage the big topics swirlin…
 
Prof. Freddy Frischknecht @FrischknechtLab is a cell biologist at the Centre for Infection and Parasitology at Heidelberg University. Freddy studies malaria parasites and is interested in host-pathogen interactions, imaging, teaching, space exploration, and gardening! Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter…
 
We discuss Anno's live-action film Shiki-Jitsu (2000) and his first feature-length tokusatsu film Cutie Honey (2004), as well as the anime adaptation Re: Cutie Honey (2004). If you enjoy what we do, please consider supporting us at https://anchor.fm/tthaa so we can buy more DVDs. Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.…
 
We touch on Anno's first live-action feature Love & Pop (1998) then dive into his adaptation of Kareshi Kanojo no Jijō i.e. Kare Kano i.e. His and Her Circumstances (1998). If you enjoy what we do, please consider supporting us at https://anchor.fm/tthaa so we can buy more DVDs. Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.c…
 
NEWS: Listen to Noah discuss Toonami and Lofi on Night Clerk Radio https://www.nightclerkradio.com/episodes/lofi-and-toonami-with-noah We learn about the tumultuous production of Nadia: The Secret of Blue Water (1990), Anno's first foray into broadcast television. If you enjoy what we do, please consider supporting us at https://anchor.fm/tthaa so …
 
We learn about the formation of GAINAX, their first project Royal Space Force: The Wings of Honnêamise (1987), and go into Anno's directorial debut, Gunbuster (1988). Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" - Columbia University Orchestra Sources https:…
 
Interview with Prof. Brian Pogue (recorded 2021-03-25) Brian Pogue is Professor of Engineering at Dartmouth College in the United States. Brians research involves creating and exploring new ways to improve medical diagnostics and care using optics and light that affect cancer therapy, light guided surgery and new optical imaging methods. We talked …
 
We give a primer on Studio Ghibli and discuss Anno's time working under Hayao Miyazaki for Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind (1984) Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 "From the New World" - Columbia University Orchestra Sources http://www.khara.co.jp/hideakianno/perso…
 
Interview with Dr. Anja Royne (recorded 2020-01-05) Anja Royne is researcher, lecturer and author working at the university of Oslo where she has been researching the interfaces between minerals on the nanometer scale to find out their impact on geological structures. Anjas research has impact on multiple areas related to sustainability and climate…
 
Dr. Mark Pickering @PickeringLab is a Lecturer/Assistant Professor at the School of Medicine for University College Dublin. Mark is a neurobiologist, microscope hacker, maker, and marine enthusiast. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Photometrics LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/teledynep…
 
Interview with Prof. Hideaki Kano (recorded 2021-03-23) Hideaki Kano is Professor in the department of chemistry at Kyushu University in Japan where he is setting up a new spectroscopy lab. Prof. Kano uses coherent Raman spectroscopy to create functional image of living cells and tissue. The label free technique allows him to visualize dozens of co…
 
We're back with Season 2 and an in depth look at the life and work of Hideaki Anno (minus Evangelion). In this episode we explore his early films, including Daicon III (1981), Return of Ultraman (1983), and Daicon IV (1983). Contact email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music Dvořák: Symphony No. 9 "From the…
 
This interview is with Dr. Ricardo Henriques (recorded 07/04/21), Group Leader at Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência, Honorary Professor at University College London and Francis Crick Institute. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Photometrics LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/teledynephotomet…
 
Interview with Dr. Jörg Debus (recorded 2021-03-18) Jörg Debus is scientist and group leader at TU Dortmund in Germany. Jörg’s research covers a broad range of materials such as semiconductors, 2D materials and quantum materials and he recently started experiments in the field of nanotribology, the study of friction on the nanometer scale. Common t…
 
Interview with Prof. Stephanie Zaleski (recorded 2021-03-12) Stephanie recently started her lab in the department of Chemistry and Biochemistry and uses an ultra sensitive measurement technique to detect and identify even single molecules called surface enhanced Raman scattering. She uses her research to preserve works of art, improve delivery of d…
 
*** https://evangelionpodcast.com ****** https://twitter.com/NeonPodcastEva1 ***A few days before recording Steve texted Michael, "I've been a little obsessed with Evangelion lately." Although this might be hoped to be baseline for hosts covering a very niche topic, here it represents a nice window of opportunity to record during a spike in the gen…
 
We give our closing thoughts on Cowboy Bebop, list our top five episodes, and reveal what we have in store for season two. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https:/…
 
Bang. Article: https://dotandline.net/cowboy-bebop-the-real-folk-blues-analysis/ email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tthaa/support…
 
*** https://evangelionpodcast.com ****** https://twitter.com/NeonPodcastEva1 ***Steve has got Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 fever, and the only prescription is going 30 minutes into overtime watching 10 minutes of bootleg footage from the Paris 2019 Japan Expo. "At last, I've been waiting a long time to see this" Michael sighs during the screening, meaning …
 
We try not to cry while talking about Ed's final episode. We also learn about Singapore and the Merlion. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tthaa/s…
 
After many shipping delays we cover the 2001 film Cowboy Bebop: Knockin' on Heaven's Door. We get into the production of the film, nanotech, and lymphocytes. We also attempt to email Big Shots. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Cr…
 
*** https://evangelionpodcast.com ****** https://twitter.com/NeonPodcastEva1 ***Their 10th plugcast! Their 20th labored exploration of what "plugcast" is meant to mean! Ten in a year and a half ain't bad. Certainly plenty of time for the new set of anime fans coming up with the loaded anime line-up on Netflix to have passed through a full healthy c…
 
Interview with Prof. Christy Landes (recorded 2020-12-08) Christy Landes is Professor in Chemistry, Electrical, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Rice University. Christys lab investigates the dynamics of chemical and biochemical events down to the single molecule level and develops microscopic models to understand processes on the macroscal…
 
We talk about the duality of Spike, the Unabomber, Miyamoto Musashi, and how anime is bad and has ruined our brains. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://ancho…
 
Interview with Jon Tandy (recorded 2020-11-25) Dr. Jon Tandy investigates the processes that happen in the first fractions of a second when objects in the solar system collide by looking at the light these events produce. However, his research takes place in the lab right here on earth, where he an his colleagues simulate such events. Dr. Jon Tandy…
 
We do our best to explain Feng Shui, sunstones, and the surrogate father trope. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tthaa/support…
 
We live in a society. We also discuss Batman: The Animated Series, commedia dell'arte, and get back on the French New Wave train. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: …
 
Interview with Gabi Mandl (recorded 2020-11-23) Gabi Mandl is grad student and scientist in the Lanthanide Research group of Prof. John Capobianco at Concordia University. We discuss what Lanthanide elements and their amazing optical properties are and how Gabi uses them in her research to find new medical therapies. Lanthanide Research Group at Co…
 
This interview is with Prof. Christian Eggeling, Professor of Super-resolution Microscopy, Head of Department Biophysical Imaging and Director Institute of Applied Optics and Biophysics at University Jena, as well as Professor of Molecular Immunology at the University Of Oxford. Teledyne Photometrics Web: https://www.photometrics.com/ Twitter: http…
 
Interview with Rebecca Pinals (recorded 2020-11-09) Rebecca Pinals is scientist and grad student with the Landry Lab at UC Berkeley. We discuss how the optical properties of Carbon nanotube nanosensors make them a great tool for sensing of biochemicals and how she and her group recently applied nanotubes to detect coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Landry Lab…
 
Honestly, we just talk about NASA and how difficult space travel is for an hour. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tthaa/support…
 
Interview with Prof. Anita Mahadevan-Jansen (recorded 2020-10-20) Anita Mahadevan Jansen is Orrin H. Ingram Professor in Biomedical Engineering, Director Biophotonics Center and current 2020 vice president of SPIE. Her research focuses on application of light and light based systems to solve problems in medicine and biology. Anita Mahadevan-Jansen …
 
We get deep into Faye's character while we learn about the videotape format wars and the fragility of physical media. email: thinkingtoohardpod@gmail.com twitter: https://twitter.com/ThinkingAnime Music by Yellowjacket from the album Loop Soup. Used with permission under Creative Commons license (CC BY-SA 3.0) --- Support this podcast: https://anch…
 
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