Creating personal, institutional, national and regional data networks for research and curation with millions of data records and images, actively working in over 80 countries.
- National Herbarium, Netherlands with over 5 million imaged specimens
- The herbaria of the Brazil Amazonian region
- The Morton Arboretum linking botanic garden and herbarium
- An e-Monograph of the Caricaceae
- The Millennium Seed Bank, RBG Kew, the world's largest seed bank
- A regional botanical network in South Africa
- Conifers of the World, an online resource leading to multiple publications
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March 2017: BRAHMS software progresses towards v8
A milestone has been reached with the first release of an entirely new generation of the botanical data management system known as BRAHMS. The alpha release, published today, 22 March, takes advantage of the latest data management technologies, creating new opportunities for curation and research for projects running in over 80 countries. For more information, refer to our preliminary guide at http://herbaria.plants.ox.ac.uk/bol/Content/Software/v8/BRAHMSv8alpha.pdf . If you are interested in evaluating v8, please contact the BRAHMS project.