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<p>Natural molecules such as peptides and DNA organize dynamically into hierarchical structures with diverse morphologies and sizes. The ability to mimic this self-assembly behavior in synthetic materials has remained an elusive goal. We report on poly(propylene sulfone), a synthetic homopolymer that self-assembles into nanoscale hydrogels of various morphologies including spherical, vesicular, and cylindrical in aqueous solution. Experiments and simulations demonstrate that while the polymerdoi:10.26434/chemrxiv.9867776.v1 fatcat:vndcsm3hxfgcpgrac3rxf3xwvu