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BRAHMS 7 was updated to 7.9.11 on 21 August 2018.

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.


Download complete BRAHMS system v 7.9.11

Help with installation and upgrading

Further notes, guides and articles



Single user activation keys

To use BRAHMS, you need an activation key. This is a small file called brahmskey.mem. Single user keys can be downloaded from this website. To do this, you need to be registered to login to the BRAHMS website. Once logged in, you can download a software key and access additional BRAHMS components.


Multi user activation keys

If you require a multi-user key allowing BRAHMS to operate on networks with more than one user at the same time, you can request a multi-user key by contacting Oxford University Innovation (Philippa Christoforou email: brahms@innovation.ox.ac.uk).



Optional language resource files

Language resource files translate some BRAHMS menus and messages. Download, upzip and copy to your BRAHMS system folder. You must delete the default English resource file VFP8renu.dll. Further language options may be provided on the BRAHMS Utilities menu.

Spanish resource file
French resource file
German resource file