SWABI Chairman Pakistan Science Foundation (PSF), Dr Manzoor Hussain Soomro, has said that the Foundation is providing full-fledged financial support to young researchers of universities in the field of science and technology. He was speaking as chief guest in the prize distribution ceremony of All Pakistan Airex11 Innovation Challenge here at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology on Monday. The three-day event was organised by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), GIK Institute chapter, comprising different flying competitions and leadership training sessions. Students from different universities/institutes across the country participated in the competition. Dr Fazal Ahmad Khalid, Dr Javed Ahmad Chattha and Dr Muhammad Abid also attended the ceremony. Dr Soomro said that the entire support was aimed to achieve technological breakthroughs and encourage the young researchers who would hold the flag of the country high while working for a prosperous future. The youth are capable of shaping the present and the future of the country. They should continue working hard and research for the development of the country, he said adding, they would not face any financial problem in this regard. He lauded the competition and appreciated the students participation from Khyber to Karachi. The High in the Sky competition was won by Beacon House School System, Margalla, Sky Wars by University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Beat Gravity the Wright Way and Ideas Hutch by University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila, and Conquer the Sky and Kaleidoscope by College of Aeronautical Engineering, Islamabad. Dr Soomro gave away shields and prizes to the winner teams.