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El holding de empresas Verne se ha incorporado al Parque Científico de Alicante. Verne Group está localizado en Alicante y cuenta con más de 700 empleados en la Comunidad Valenciana. El presidente de la Fundación Parque Científico y rector de la Universidad de Alicante (UA), Manuel Palomar, y la vicerrectora de Investigación y Transferencia de Conocimiento, Amparo Navarro, junto a Gianni Cecchin, CEO de Verne Technology Group, han firmado hoy el contrato de vinculación de la empresa al Parque Científico de Alicante. Verne Group es un moderno holding de empresas, localizado en Alicante y líder en el sector de las telecomunicaciones y soluciones TIC, que cuenta con más de 700 empleados en la Comunidad Valenciana, 400 de ellos en Alicante. Entre sus éxitos destaca el ser una referencia nacional en el despliegue de conectividad a través de fibra óptica y el haber dotado de WiFi y Ciberseguridad al evento "Alicante Puerto de Salida" de la Volvo Ocean Race 2017. Con su vinculación al Parque Científico de Alicante, Verne se acerca, aún más, a la Universidad de Alicante, que cuenta con varias titulaciones en ingeniería, además de distintos grupos de investigación y formación especializada, masters, doctorados o títulos propios entre su amplia oferta formativa e investigadora. Además, Verne se incorpora a un ecosistema de empresas ya vinculadas al Parque Científico de Alicante, intensivas en conocimiento y que comparten una visión de futuro centrada en la innovación y en la transferencia de talento desde la Universidad de Alicante. Manuel Palomar ha mostrado su satisfacción por la consolidación del Parque Científico de Alicante como una realidad capaz de atraer a importantes empresas con una clara vocación científica, innovadora y tecnológica, algo que, sin duda, convierte al Parque Científico de Alicante en un espacio clave en el desarrollo económico y de la I+D+i de la provincia. Por su parte, Gianni Cecchin ha señalado que su vinculación responde a la estrategia de la compañía de posicionarse como un hub tecnológico en la provincia de Alicante, "capaz de atraer y desarrollar talento e innovación". "Colaborar con el mundo universitario e investigador es uno de nuestros objetivos.

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"You don't always have to show great smiles and laughing. It's that deep look into the eyes like there's no words to express the emotions they feel—a very deep, passionate moment between the two of them." Meanwhile, Patti Wood, body language expert and author of SNAP: Making the Most of First Impressions, Body Language, and Charisma called attention to Chip's comforting embrace. "See how his shoulders are hunched over and round and those bones are sticking out?" she says. "He really wants to hug her but he wants to be careful at the same time." This is a sweet, tender departure from the playful demeanor we usually see from Chip, Wood, also a self-confessed fan, adds. Constantine calls the next photo, in which Joanna holds Crew close, the picture of endearment, and Wood adds that it's clearly not posed. Joanna's sweet, soft smile says she is in the moment with her baby. "If you look at her bottom hand, how it's fully surrounding Crew and cupping over the edge so that it's protective and wanting to bring back into her belly," Wood explains, "and then the top hand is very relaxed so that she knows she doesn't want to be too overwhelming for the baby." Both pros point out how natural and connected the kids are with their parents in the next pictures (not to mention consistently on the TV series). While each of the children has a look of "deep joy and excitement," Constantine says the oldest, Drake's pursed lips and hands in his pockets mean he might be "more reserved and introverted" than Duke, Ella, and Emmie, and "just trying to play it cool." "Chip's looking right at him like, 'Dude, do you see what we just did here?'" Constantine laughs, "and he's kind of speechless." Like father, like son! The way Chip is mirroring Drake, with his fingers in his pocket and his elbow pulled back, shows that the two have a connection and that "Chip's trying to be cool guy and restrained," Wood says.

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