Information about cookies

A cookie is a piece of data stored on a user's hard drive containing information associated to the user's use of a website. They do not store any personal information. They can be used to remind a website of who you are and your account preferences. This helps the website to customize the content shown to the user and make it more user friendly.

SelectScience uses two types of cookies, first party and third party.

First party cookies are created and controlled by us and are needed to help display your chosen content.

Third party cookies are used by other website tools which we use on our website, such as Google Analytics.

First party cookies

When you log in to SelectScience you may choose for the site to remember you by checking a checkbox - this will store a cookie on your machine for one month which is used to automatically log you into the site. When selecting a community and/or technique a cookie is used to remember your selection in order to filter the website content by your choice.

Third party cookies

Google Analytics is used to collect anonymous traffic information that allows us to monitor site usage in order to improve the content and functionality.

Many browsers automatically accept cookies, however you can prevent them by changing your settings in your browser options. You can also delete cookies from your computer at any time via your browser options. If you decide to not accept cookies then the functionality of the website may be reduced. You can learn more about removing cookies here.