Cryptogenomics is a nascent interdisciplinary research field linking cryptography and genomics. The application of cryptographic methods, protocols, and algorithms to genetic data holds great promise to improve genetic privacy; to enable the secure sequencing, processing, analysis, storage, and exchange of genetic data; to facilitate the fair and consensual personal, scientific, and commercial use of genetic data; and to catalyse decentralised personal genomics.

This website aims to provide students, researchers and developers with a useful collection of reading material about cryptogenomics. There is a library of original papers, preprints and proceedings. The media section contains videotaped lectures, talks, and presentations. A coding toolbox will hopefully grow into a collection of source code enabling students, researchers and developers to jump-start their own projects. This website is non-commercial and provided as a free service to the scientific community.

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