Cookies are small pieces of data sent from websites (like ours) and stored in your web browser.

At Ashworth Research, we use cookies to record data about your visit to our website. We like to know how you use our website so that we can alter the design to improve your future experiences. Don't worry though - all the data that we record is anonymous and cannot be used to identify individuals.

What cookies are used on


CMS Made Simple CMSSESSID (session)


Our content management system (CMS) sets a session cookie. The session ID cookie allows the server to store data relevant to the user and to retrieve it as you move from page to page.


Google Analytics __utma (two years)
__utmb (one minute)
__utmc (session)
__utmz (six months)
We use Google Analytics to help us improve the site by collecting information about how visitors use our site. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come to the site from and the pages they visited.


How do I turn off cookies?

To stop receiving cookies from websites you must change your browser settings. Please refer to the following documentation for more information: