Elizabeth Yuko

Dr. Elizabeth Yuko is a bioethicist and adjunct professor of ethics at Fordham University. She has written for The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Atlantic, Rolling Stone, CNN & Playboy.

  • You Can Get a Better View of the Northern Lights With Your Phone

    You Can Get a Better View of the Northern Lights With Your Phone

    In addition to being visually stunning, the appeal of the Northern Lights also has to do with their unpredictability. Even with the most advanced technology, it can be difficult for forecasters to pinpoint precisely when and where the colorful displays in the sky will be seen until shortly before the show begins. On top of…


  • How (and Why) to Get Better at Active Listening

    How (and Why) to Get Better at Active Listening

    Whether we’re sitting in a meeting, hearing our partner tell us about their day, or catching up on our favourite podcast, we may think of listening as a passive activity. In these scenarios, the person presenting at the meeting, telling you about their day, or hosting the podcast may appear to be the active participants,…