Licensing BRAHMS

The BRAHMS project is based within the Department of Plant Sciences at Oxford. The BRAHMS software and its distribution is managed by Oxford University Innovation. If you are interested in using the Software, please contact Oxford University Innovation (Philippa Christoforou email: for licensing information. For all technical BRAHMS queries, please contact and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

All BRAHMS projects are encouraged to be properly licensed. Licensed projects have security, support, access to free updates and are able to develop websites. They receive the complete BRAHMS system with upgrades as released; free installation and setup help as needed; optional automated system upgrades; reasonable technical support by email or Skype; and an annual database medical.

BRAHMS is delivered with the complete set of data modules and features such as those used for data importing and transfers, Rapid Data Entry, reporting, mapping, diversity analysis, exporting and web-publishing. You may also request assistance with project-relevant data dictionaries, data transfers, report template and website design. Migration of data from other file systems and databases is usually charged for separately if carried out by the BRAHMS project.

Terms and conditions

By downloading, installing and using BRAHMS, you are agreeing to the following terms and conditions.

The BRAHMS software is released on an 'as is' basis. This means that there is no warranty as to functioning, performance, or effect on hardware or other software, express or implied.The University of Oxford and the BRAHMS project disclaim all implied warranties of merchantability, satisfactory quality or fitness for any particular purpose and accepts no responsibility for any mathematical or technical limitations of the software. You also assume responsibility for the use of the software, for any data it manages and for the use of these data. The Software, including any updates, additions, and modifications is and shall remain the property of and copyright to the University of Oxford.