Science from around the world for distribution in Ireland.
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What Cookies are being used at www.dhlab.com?
Below details the cookies that are being used on our website and what they do.
|Cookie Name||What does this do?||Who sees this information?|
|These cookies provide us with information about the numbers of visitors and how they reached us, they also recognise location when used with Google maps and allow the pages to be liked using Google+||The data stored by these cookies can only be seen by our organisation and Google and neither organisation shares any confidential information.|
|loc, bt, dt, di, uid, uvc, psc, ssc, ssh, sshs, uit, __unam||To enable sharing of our content through other smaller social networking sites we utilise a service called AddThis Social Share from Add This LLC. These cookies are deployed by add this to enable the sharing of information through users social network accounts.||The data stored by these cookies can only be seen by our company and AddThis LLC and neither organisation shares any confidential information.|
|These cookies allow us to understand how users interact with our website, identifying popular areas of the website, as well as areas that could be improved.||The data stored by these cookies can only be seen by our company and HotJar and neither organisation shares any confidential information.|
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