Prof. Singh's work discussed in Physics World

Professor Swati Singh recent published the design of a new, tunable, narrow-band, gravitational wave detector using the acoustic oscillations of superfluid helium.  Such a detector would complement, and has the potentially compete with, detectors such as LIGO (the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory), at a fraction of the cost.  This work was published in the New Journal of Physics, was commented upon in that same journal, and reported on in Physics World.