Abbas Ourmazd from University of Wisconsin will present a Next Generation Light Source (NGLS) talk on Wednesday at noon in Building 15-253. He will discuss “Structure and Dynamics from Random Observations”. The talk will describe efforts to extract structural and dynamical information from large datasets of noisy, random snapshots. Examples include the structure and of weakly scattering biological objects, and “molecular movies” of ultrafast bond-breaking at unprecedented time resolution. The talk will be webcast live.