I will present a new numerical method for studying strongly-coupled QFTs in any dimension. The method harnesses conformal symmetry, but in a manner applicable to general, non-conformal QFTs. The input is information about the UV CFT from which the QFT originates. The output is the physical QFT spectrum, along with real-time, infinite-volume correlation functions. So far, we have used the method to study 2D phi^4 theory. I will present new results for correlation functions at any coupling, including the Zamolodchikov c-function along the full RG-flow. I will also present a non-trivial cross-check of our numerical results: for a critical value of the coupling, phi^4 theory flows to the Ising model, and we match known analytical predictions.