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For present generations

One of the ways in which you can improve the completeness of your research and meet the scientific curiosity that you have not solved by yourself is sharing scientific data. People who utilize shared data can easily be quoted with DOI to show gratitude. This culture enhances legitimate data access and reuse opportunities. 

Sumatra Island Krai is famous for its quality rice gruel production. The transition people plant 10 tamarind trees when they are married. This tree is about thirty years old when it is planted so it can pierce the tree and harvest the rice gruel. The marriage customs of the local people are to pass on the inheritance from the ancestor who planted the tree at least 30 years ago to the members of the next generation. These scientific research results should be stored, preserved, and accessible for the present generation to be used by future generations based on accumulated knowledge in the past.

Epops is a name derived from a bird's scientific name (Upupa epops) called hoopoe, orchid or chief bird. Epops called the brand as a motive for ecological habits that are distributed in harmony with nature throughout the world, in order to facilitate the sharing, dissemination, and fair reuse of research results. For reference, Hooputi is a bird with a gorgeous blue wing on its head and black and white stripes on its wings and tail. It is 27 to 29 cm in length and is widely distributed in temperate regions of Europe, Asia and Africa. Hooputi is an unusual summer bird that can be seen everywhere north central Korea. It is an eco-friendly bird that finds food that is deeply hidden by its long beak, recycles the abandoned bird's nest, and knows how to live with germs.

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