X-ray tomography, a non-destructive technique, provides three-dimensional data with a spatial resolution down to the
nanometer scale. Therefore, academia and industry as well as patients equally benefit from improvements in preparative
work, data acquisition and analysis. Since 1997, the conference on Developments in X-ray Tomography has set the
benchmark in dissemination of knowledge related to dedicated instrumentation, developments in software for
reconstruction, artefact removal and data analysis as well as to the wide range of applications. The paper summarizes
some aspects analyzing the previous volumes and the contributions in the current volume.