BRAHMS is a management system for preserved and living natural history collections as well as those undertaking biogeographic or taxonomic research. It's based on almost 30 years of database development and implementation. BRAHMS is scalable from individual research to enterprise level systems with millions of records.
Selectively enable and integrate modules for museum collections, botanic gardens, seed banks, surveys, taxonomy, literature and images. Boost the research and curation potential of your data both off and online using powerful tools that manage, explore, analyse, map and report on your data and images.
The BRAHMS project is part of the wider research programme at the University of Oxford to study and document biodiversity.