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What does UHEI stand for?

UHEI stands for University of Heidelberg (Germany)

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Hilmar Bading of the University of Heidelberg in Germany and his colleagues improved the memory of elderly mice by injecting a virus into their hippocampus - a part of the brain strongly involved in memory.
Strowitzki (a) (a) Naturopathy and Integrative Medicine, Department of Gynecological Endocrinology and Reproductive Medicine, University Women's Hospital Heidelberg, Germany (b) Department of Immunology, University of Heidelberg, Germany (c) Section Gynecological Oncology National Center for Tumor Diseases, University Women's Hospital Heidelberg, Germany (d) Lukasklinik Arlesheim, Switzerland (e) National Cancer Centre Heidelberg, c/o Tumor Centre Heidelberg-Mannhein, c/o Institute of Medical Biometry and Informatics, University of Heidelberg, Germany * Corresponding author.
The visits include holding a number of meetings with officials and those concerned with higher education to expand frameworks of cooperation between the Sultanate and the higher education institutions in the respective countries, as well as, visiting the leading higher education institutions, such as, the Free University in Berlin and the University of Heidelberg in Germany, University of Krems in Austria, the American University in Cyprus and Cyprus International University.
Until now, major improvements both in neutron flux and degree of neutron polarization have been made: First, the University of Heidelberg has built a new ballistic supermirror guide for the ILL [11] which gives an increase of a factor of 4 in the cold neutron flux.
In Identity and Experience in the New Testament (Fortress, $29) Klaus Berger, Professor of New Testament Theology at the University of Heidelberg, adopts the method of "historical psychology" to probe how the first witnesses understood their own identity and experience.