AEI Media is a London-based digital media and music company. Established in 1998 by James Cotterill and Diluk Dias, AEI Media produces original content, hosts live events, and helps develop artists and brands.
Aeinautae (Greek: Ἀειναῦται, Aeinautai, from aeí always and naûtai sailors) were magistrates at Miletus around 600 BC, consisting of the chief men in the state, who obtained the supreme power on the deposition of the tyrants, Thoas and Damasenor.
AEi Systems is a United States space and power electronics engineering firm headquartered in Henderson, Nevada with engineers in several United States cities, including a significant engineering center in Los Angeles, California.
AEI Legal Center for the Public Interest (LCPI) was formed when the National Legal Center for the Public Interest (NLCPI) was merged into the conservative think tank American Enterprise Institute (AEI) in September 2007. Its stated mission is to "foster knowledge about law and the administration of justice, especially with respect to individual rights, free enterprise, property ownership, limited government, and a fair and efficient judiciary.
AEIOU-TIPS is a mnemonic acronym used by some medical professionals to recall the possible causes for altered mental status.
AEIOU (www.aeiou.at) is a freely accessible online collection of reference works in both German and English about Austria-related topics.
AEIOU may refer to:
The AEI World Forum is an annual meeting of business and financial executives, heads of government, government officials, and intellectuals.
AEIDL is the European Association for Information on Local Development (Association Européenne pour l'Information sur le Développement Local).
The American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research, known simply as the American Enterprise Institute, or AEI, is a conservative think tank based in Washington, D.C.