Adinda de Wit
In the standard model the decay of the 125 GeV Higgs boson into pairs of b-quarks has by far the largest branching ratio out of all decay modes. Despite this, measurements in the H->bb channel are very challenging due to the presence of large backgrounds. The recent observation of the H->bb decay by the CMS and ATLAS collaborations indicates that we are now truly entering the precision era for measuring third generation Yukawa couplings. Deviations from the couplings predicted by the standard model would imply the existence of new physics. In this talk the recent results from CMS on H->bb with the Higgs boson produced in association with a vector boson, as well as the combination of H->bb analyses in all production modes, will be discussed. In addition, we will discuss future prospects for precision measurements using the H->bb decay.