While intelligent design (ID) research is a new scientific field, recent years have been a period of encouraging growth, producing a strong record of peer-reviewed scientific publications.
In 2011, the ID movement counted its 50th peer-reviewed scientific paper and new publications continue to appear. As of 2015, the peer-reviewed scientific publication count had reached 90.
Many of these papers are recent, published since 2004, when Discovery Institute senior fellow Stephen Meyer published a groundbreaking paper advocating ID in the journal Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington. There are multiple hubs of ID-related research.
In this PDF link you’ll find:
“a bibliographic list of the peer-reviewed papers. Following that is an extensive annotated bibliography of technical publications of various kinds that support, develop or apply the theory of intelligent design. The articles are grouped into three categories, according to the type of publication.”