Juliet M. Beverly

  • BrainFacts.org Content Manager
  • Society for Neuroscience

Juliet is the BrainFacts.org content manager. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in print journalism from Howard University in 2006, she worked at the Embassy of Austria in the Office of Science & Technology and for the online magazine bridges on transatlantic science, technology, and innovation policy. 

Articles by Juliet M. Beverly

In celebration of Women’s History Month, view the profiles of women scientist that explored their curiosity and pushed the field forward.
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The process, function, or power of perceiving sound.
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This year, you wanted to understand memory, mental health, meditation, and why the teen brain is so complex.
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Supporters of science and research took to the streets to advocate for an investment in our future.
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The building blocks of your brain, how it grows, and how it changes in your teenage years were your favorite topics on BrainFacts.org in 2016.
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What is research uncovering about this anxiety disorder?
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Learn more about the role hormones play in teenage brain development in this BrainFacts.org Roundup.
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Most people communicate everyday through language, so how does it work?
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What happens in the brain during and after concussions and neurological trauma?
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What were the most popular posts of 2015? Browse through this photo gallery and find out.
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The response to pain can vary, but what happens when sensory systems send messages to the brain?
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What happens in the brain when we eat?
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