Not not really. There is very little science in the Star Trek episodes. Let's just tick off a few of the not-science science.
First, the Enterprises (all of them). No such thing a warp drive and no real science that can envision it in the far far future.
Worm holes and other space warps cannot be predicted and/or controlled...even though warped space, like gravity lenses and black holes, do exist. No worm holes have ever been observed and they are predicted to be very very tiny if they do exist. Hardly starship size.
Second, "beam me up Scotty." No such thing as teleportation and no real science that can envision it in the far far future.
Although a form of teleportation has been claimed at the quantum level, the results of such teleportation include to the complete destruction of the original quantum. The original Kirk would be zapped so to speak. Further, quantum jitters preclude the precise one to one mapping needed for real teleportation.
Third, save the hump-back whales from the past. No such thing as time travel and no real science that can envision it in the far far future.
Time is defined by on-going events. There is no future as events have not yet begun. There is no past as those events are finished. The only time when there are on-going events is current time...the present. Further, going into the past would require that the entropy of the universe be lowered. And that's not going to happen as the Second Law of thermodynamics, the entropy law, dictates.