Cookies Policy

This cookie Management Policy explains how Biosearch SA uses the cookies in and how they can be enabled and disabled.

We will not collect personal information about you without your consent.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is anonymous information that is stored on a computer, tablet or mobile when you surf the Internet allowing the equipment you are using to be recognised.

When you surf, the site may have «cookies».

The cookies record information anonymously and do not damage your equipment.

Which cookies are used by

Type of cookies

Purpose of the cookie

Consequences of disabling the cookie


These basic cookies are essential to ensure that you experience a visit without incident: they allow the website to recognise you and to leave your session open. Moreover, they facilitate the use of other basic tools.

The webpage does not work correctly without these cookies, therefore they must always be active. If not, some access may be blocked.


These analysis cookies collect information in relation to the use of our website that allow us to compile statistics of visits to our web and therefore to make relevant changes to improve the online experience.

Without this information, we cannot improve our website based on your online experience, or to know the global and anonymous statistics of web traffic, etc.

On your first visit to our website an information banner will appear where you can give your consent to the use of cookies for advertising purposes.

User settings to prevent cookies

From and in fulfilment of the current legal regulations in place, we place at your avail the information that will enable you to set your Internet browser to maintain your privacy and security in relation to cookies. Therefore, we provide you with information and links to the official support web pages of the main browsers so you can decide whether or not to accept the use of cookies.

In this way, you can block cookies through the browser’s settings tools or you can set your browser to notify you when a server wants to save a cookie:

If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, under the Tools menu > Internet Options > Privacy > Settings. To learn more, visit and

If you use Firefox, under the Tools menu option > Options > Privacy > Cookies. To learn more, visit

If you use Chrome, in the Options section > Advanced options > Privacy. To learn more, visit

Who has access to your cookies?

The internet pages can only access the cookies they have stored on your computer. For example, if company X saves a cookie in your browser, X will be able to access its own cookie but not those of another company.