The year 1707 in science and technology involved some significant events.


December 16 - Beginning of the last recorded eruption of Mount Fuji in Japan.


Publication of Arithmetica universalis, the collected works of Isaac Newton on algebra.
Abraham de Moivre derives de Moivre's formula.


John Floyer, in The Physician's Pulse Watch, introduces counting of pulse rate during one minute.
Giovanni Maria Lancisi publishes De Subitaneis Mortibus (On Sudden Death), an early work in cardiology.
Georg Ernst Stahl publishes Theoria medica vera: physiologiam & pathologiam.


January 11 - Vincenzo Riccati, Italian mathematician (died 1775)
April 10 - John Pringle, Scottish physician (died 1782)
15 April 1707 Birth of Leonhard Euler in Basle, Switzerland
May 23 - Carolus Linnaeus, Swedish naturalist (died 1778)
September 7 - Georges-Louis Leclerc, Comte de Buffon, French naturalist (died 1788)
December 22 - Johann Amman (died 1741), Swiss-Russian botanist.
date unknown - Benjamin Robins, English scientist and engineer (died 1751)


March 30 - Marquis de Vauban, French military engineer (b. 1633)

1707 Death of Richard Towneley

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