BRAHMS is a data management system, developed at Oxford Plant Sciences, providing curation and research support to herbaria, botanic gardens, seed banks, botanists, ecologists and others working broadly in the botanical sciences.
Used in about 80 countries, BRAHMS projects range in size from the taxonomic revisions of small genera through to managing some of the world's largest herbaria and national networks.
The largest single database with data and images for over 5 million botanical specimens runs at the National Herbarium of the Netherlands (Naturalis). The country with the largest number of individual projects is Brazil. A selection of project news items is available here.