Is there any scientific proof or historic proof that Jesus was resurrected and crucified?
Given an historical Jesus, then as @Subduction Zone
said, there's possible evidence of a crucifixion.
One small hint to the contrary is the poem or recital sometimes called the "kenosis hymn, in Philippians 2:5-11, which contains the verse
8 And being found in human form he humbled himself and became obedient unto death, even death on a cross.
According to people whose sense of classical Greek poetic meter is better than mine ─ a low hurdle ─ the words "even on a cross" don't fit the meter and it's thus very likely they're a later addition. Since the "kenosis hymn" is understood to be a quote (one of several in the NT) from the earliest Christians, before Paul or anything else in the NT, it might be thought to raise the question whether the crucifixion is a later addition to the story.
Having mentioned it as a possibility, which it appears to be, I think it's unlikely, but there it is.
But as for the resurrection, the quality of the evidence for it as an historical event (as distinct from a tale, a metaphor, &c) is not just poor but extremely poor. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary demonstration yet the evidence is instead extraordinarily weak.
For a start, there is no eyewitness account. There is no contemporary account ─the earliest, in Paul, is at least 20 years after the traditional date of the crucifixion and the first with any details is Mark, some 45 years after. There is no independent account.
Instead there are six accounts ─ the four gospels have elaborated reports, and there are mentions in Paul and in Acts 1. Each of the six contradicts the other five in major ways. It's a forensic trainwreck.
If you're in any doubt, try it for yourself: check the answers given by Paul and the respective authors of Mark, Matthew, Luke, John and Acts ─ six answers or non-answers per question ─ to such questions as ─
1. Who went to the tomb?
2. What did they see?
3. Were there guards?
4. What did those at the tomb do?
5. Did they see anyone at or in the tomb?
6. What did they do next?
7. To whom did Jesus first appear?
8. In what manner?
9. What did the others do?
10. To whom did Jesus second appear?
12. With what result?
13. To whom did Jesus third appear?
16. From where did Jesus ascend to heaven?
And so on.