To effectively navigate among massive amount of omics data, a powerful search engine is indispensable, just like the internet. Unfortunately, all existing search tools for omics data rely almost exclusively on metadata. Such search capability is useful to find a specific type of data such as for a certain cell type, under a specific biological condition. But they are not suitable for mining information or knowledge. For example, query a gene name against the metadata is meaningless! We developed Omicseq, a novel search engine allows users to search the actual content of the data, not just its label (as its metadata). It allows researchers to ask the question, in which dataset, my gene of interest show unusual behavior, such as high expression and strong binding by a TF. Our goal is to collect many different gene properties of all genes in the genome, and make them searchable.