Seth studied chemistry and mathematics at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, where he earned his bachelor’s in 2016. As an undergraduate, he was a proud member of the Khisamutdinov Research Group, which focuses primarily on RNA architectonics. Seth has coauthored two papers on nucleic acid computing: Conceptual, Potential and Advancements in Computer Design and in vivo Computation Applying RNA Nanotechnology.
Goldsworthy, V., LaForce, G., Abels, S., & Khisamutdinov, E. (2018). Fluorogenic RNA Aptamers: A Nano-Platform for Fabrication of Simple and Combinatorial Logic Gates. Nanomaterials, 8(12), 984.
Lee, T., Abels, S., Khisamutdinov, E., Qiu, M., Jasinski, D., Zhao, Z., Qu, T., Choi, J-W, and Guo. P., (2016). Conceptual, Potential, and Advancements in Computer Design and in vivo Computation Applying RNA Nanotechnology. Molecular Nanostructure and Nanotechnology, 144-58.
Abels, S. G., & Khisamutdinov, E. F. (2015). Nucleic Acid Computing and its Potential to Transform Silicon-Based Technology. DNA and RNA Nanotechnology, 2(1), 13-22.