1837 in science
- the French inventor Louis Daguerre invents the daguerrotype, first practical method of photography.
- Isaac Pitman invents the Sténographie.
- the British engineers Sir Charles Wheatstone and William F. Cooke create the first electric telegraph.
- the physicist Moritz Hermann von Jacobi invents a process of Galvanoplastie which makes it possible to deposit, by electrolysis, a layer of metal salts on an object which one wants to reproduce
- Louis Agassiz proposes the existence of age refrigerator in the past of the Ground.
- Pierre-Laurent Wantzel publishes the theorems which bear its name: Theorem of Wantzel and Theorem of Gauss-Wantzel on a criterion of nonconstructibility to the rule and the compass, respectively for the numbers and the polygons.
- Dirichlet publishes the first version of the Théorème of the arithmetic progression melting the analytical Théorie of the numbers.
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