We’re happy to have published a review about the assessment of neurotoxicity of chemicals on wild species. This review has been published in Environmental Sciences Europe and put together 38 well-recognized scientists. It emphasizes the necessity to assess for neurotoxicity the thousands of chemicals that enter the natural environment due to human activities. Potential neurotoxicity has been predicted for 30 000 compounds and can trigger diseases later in life, such as neurodegenerative diseases. Chronic pollution is to be considered as part of global change, such as climate change and biodiversity loss. Thanks Alessandra Carion and Victoria Suarez Ulloa for this great job ! Full article here.