Science has lead and is still leading to a lack of god/gods.
By definition, science cannot deal with the supernatural, which includes deities, magic, etc., therefore, science cannot state the existence of a god. However, in my opinion, the many theories, that are taught in textbooks without the title, theory (such as the Big Bang THEORY), go completely against what many religions claim as being the way the world was made. Therefore, science is atheistic.
at least where I live
The definitive nature of science contradicts something that exists and operates outside the laws of nature. To be with a deity is to be without science. A deity is not a deity if it is confined by the laws of nature.
It does not fully deny or accept God.
Mainstream science does not need God, but that does not mean that scientists do not need God.
Mainstream science is neither theistic nor atheistic. It's neutral.
Proper science is for the truth, regardless of what that may be. Although science disagrees with, or arguably disproves, some religions, that doesn't make it atheistic. Thus far, there is not sufficient evidence to say that there is no God or gods at all, and science neither operates on the presupposition that there is a god, or that there isn't. Science is not atheistic, nor is it theistic.
Science is science-not limited to anything :P
Science can prove God's existence, because it explores the universe around us, which helps us know more about God's creation, and thus more about the creator.