Philip Aston and his colleague Manasi Nandi (Kings College London) gave a talk entitled Can maths solve sepsis? at the British Science Festival in Swansea on 8th September which was well received. Their talk described the work that Philip and Manasi are doing in trying to provide early detection of sepsis from cardiovascular data, and included a live demonstration of their cardiomorph generator. People also had the opportunity to view their own cardiomorph after the talk as well.
The British Science Festival is the longest-established science Festival in Europe. It is organised by the British Science Association and was first held in York in 1831.