Startup teams in EvoNesus’ incubator in downtown San Diego. Photo by Chris Jennewein

EvoNexus, a non-profit incubator for technology startups, announced Tuesday that a record 26 new companies were admitted to its locations in Irvine, University City and downtown San Diego.

The new startups were chosen from 212 applications. Nine of the companies will be located at University Research Park in Irvine and 17 in University City and downtown San Diego.

Among the new companies in San Diego are ScryTec, which provides fraud management through behavioral analytics, and Aira Tech, which helps those with low vision gain independence.

The companies are moving in this week. A complete list is available online.

Since its inception, EvoNexus has received over 1,000 applications and admitted 107 companies into its incubators.

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Chris Jennewein

Chris Jennewein is Editor & Publisher of Times of San Diego.