Yes there are many scientific evidences in Islam.
For example, fetus development is mentioned in the Noble Quran as you can see by the photo. A lot of disbelievers try to make a connection between this and Galen's Greek version of fetus development; however, there are many aspects of Galen's theory that were missing crucial information that the Quran provides (i.e. zygote for example).
Further Galen's embryology explanation was not accepted by the people until the 20th century, this is proven by the preformationism theory (17th century) where people believed that a fetus was already developed within a sperm as well as the blending theory where people believed all genetics came from one parent (19th century), both of which were very popular theories in their time periods, so it would not make sense for Muslims to copy Galen's description if it was not accepted in that time period as well as the Islamic description of embryology having much more detail then Galen's.
Further Prophet Muhammad (s) as an illiterate, which is also evidence for you in that it would be impossible for him to provide this information, considering his type of work as well.
and there are many other evidences, but Allah says in the Quran that people are not guided by evidences as he had proven when he split the moon in the Prohets (s) time period, the people called it magic even though they swore they would believe if it was done. Allah says guidance comes from him alone and it is up to you to accept or reject it, even if he brought the dead back to life and showed you the heavens and the angels you would not believe unless it was his will, and he mentions who he guides in the Quran and who he doesn't guide (i.e. he guides good-doers, ppl with faith, people who don't doubt; and he does not guide the wrong-doers and the faithless).