This is a bounce off another thread. If I find it applicable I will write a column on the topic and include any comments either anonymous, or not, as long as you say "OK." If so, I'll provide a link.
You see the title. What do you think? I think "not." While Science, by it's nature or our application of it to our lives, may lead us to Atheism or Agnosticism, it is by it's very nature neutral. If tomorrow, by application of scientific method, we could have "The God Theory" with all the import that the term "theory" has in Science, then we could. Not likely, but that's not the point.
There are some beliefs/faiths I would think one would have some serious internal conflict following/believing and being science oriented: fundamentalism, Pentecostalism, worshiping and flying to that comet... but we do lead conflicted lives sometimes so... not impossible. In that kind of case you'd probably be a poor scientist, or at least quite deluded and perhaps a bit whacked.
In this way Science and faith are similar. What it leads us to, personally, depends upon the application.
I believe Science describes how something happened, not why. Such is best left for us to believe or find a "rational" conclusion.
(In quotes only because sometimes what seems rational may not actually be.)
I'll attempt to sit back an observe for a while before I comment. I know. It's so hard, especially in my case. Write a column for almost 40 years: not expressing opinion in written word is tough!